How To Use A Watch Winder

How To Use A Watch Winder

Watch winders are useful tools for people who have automatic or self-winding watches; they keep your watches running smoothly when you’re not wearing them.

If you don’t wear your automatic watch every day and keep it in motion, it will stop and, if it has been stopped for some time, it might become damaged.

Using a watch winder can ensure that your watch is properly and regularly wound and running, even when you’re not using it.

If you’re new to watch winders, today’s blog post is for you, as we’re going to go through how to use a watch winder correctly, as well as some of the top-quality watch winders that we have in stock at Leonard Dews.

1. You can’t put a stopped watch in a watch winder. If your watch has already stopped, you’ll need to wind it manually first – about 40 turns of the crown will do.

2. Before you can put your watch in, you’ll need to remove the cuff from the watch winder. Once you have done that, you can securely place your watch around the cuff. Then, turn the cuff over and compress it, allowing you to fasten your timepiece around it. Put the cuff into the winder.

3. Your watch manual should be able to tell you how many turns per day (TPD) your watch needs, and in which direction, but a general rule of thumb is that automatic watches need roughly 650 TPD. Most watches can be turned either clockwise or anti-clockwise. Once your watch is in and the TPD and direction is set, you can turn the winder on.

4. Check your watch every now and then to make sure it is telling the correct time. If it isn’t, you may need to amend the TPD.

Wolf 1834 – Cub Winder With Cover In Cognac Pebble

This is a meticulously engineered watch winder with a sharp design. The Cub winder includes a cognac pebble finish, glass cover, chrome finished hardware and a single winding module.

£239.00

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How To Use A Watch Winder

Wolf 1834 – Wolf Savoy Double Winder with Storage

A beautifully designed double watch winder with a sleek design. This handy winder features storage for 6 watches along with the two winding modules. Presented with a wooden frame, black textured silk lining, locking glass cover and a piano black case. Finished with a backlit LCD display and chrome finished hardware.

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How To Use A Watch Winder

Wolf 1834 – Navy Cub Winding Box

The Navy Cub Winding Box has been expertly built, with a stylish design that includes a navy pebble finish, glass cover, navy grosgrain faceplate, chrome finished hardware and a single winding module.

£239.00

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How To Use A Watch Winder

Wolf 1834 – Wolf Savoy Single Watch Winder

This classically designed single watch winder features a wood frame construction with black textured silk lining and a locking glass cover. Finished with an LCD display, gold finished hardwear and a single winding module, the winder can be set between 300 and 1200 turns per day, with double the amount if set to bi-directional. Clockwise, anti-clockwise and bi-directional rotations available.

NOW £377.30

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How To Use A Watch Winder

These are just a handful of the lovely watch winders that we have at Leonard Dews. To shop our full range of watch winders, watches, and jewellery, look around our website.