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Wolf Designs Module 2.7 Burlwood Single Watch Winder with Cover 457410

Availability: Out of stock
SKU: WD-457410
Delivery date: 1-2 days
$449.00

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DETAILS
The rich, rare, and unique patterns of burlwood are the beautiful frame for your timepiece on this very special watch winder. Place your automatic watch on the cuff, which locks securely into place once youve set it into the interior. Then choose your setting from clockwise, counter-clockwise, or bidirectional. Select from TPD (turns per day) rotation options ranging from 300 to 1200 rotations; by pressing the + or - buttons you may select rotations in increments of 50. Delayed program settings range from 6 hours to 72 hours, also changeable in 6 hour increments. All together, the individual options of rotation and direction settings combine to offer 57 personal programming options! The new LCD display screen powers on immediately when control knobs, buttons, or chrome plate is touched. Power your watchwinder with your choice of 3.3V adapter (included), D-cell batteries or lithium batteries.
Products specifications
Manufacturer Item WD-457410
Brand Wolf Designs
ABOUT BRAND

The Wolf Designs legacy begins like the Deutsche Marchensrasse (Fairytale Road) in Hanau, Germany in 1834. It was in Hanau that Philip Wolf I, a silversmith by trade, began to produce leather-covered presentation cases for his silver products. In 1836, Philip was selling more presentation and jewelry boxes than silver so he moved away from making silver and concentrated on honing his skills making leather boxes. His business continued to grow as many local silver and goldsmiths discovered that their products held greater value when offered in a case made by Philip Wolf.

Wolf Designs pioneered numerous techniques never seen before by the industry, further cementing Wolf Designs' reputation as a maker of fine products.