Watch winder, also known as automatic watch winder or automatic watch box, usually refers to a watch box equipped with a motor, used for automatic winding of high-end mechanical watches. But many friends worry that the watch winder will cause damage to the watch. So is the watch winder really harmful to the watch? The following watch house will tell you!
Using a watch winder to help the watch wind up is not harmful to the watch. The watch winder, also known as an automatic watch winder or an automatic watch box, usually refers to a watch box equipped with a motor for automatic winding of high-end mechanical watches. The automatic mechanical watch relies on the wearer’s hand movement to generate power to wind its barrel. If it is not worn often, it will stop. Long-term stop will not only cause serious damage to the watch movement, but also every time it is wound. Re-adjusting the time is also a hassle, and the watch winder came into being.
Put the perpetual calendar into the watch winder when you are not wearing the watch, and it will provide a source of power for your watch. The watch shaker has multiple modes for winding. Generally, the most commonly used is the first mode, which rotates clockwise. The watch winder rotates for 2 minutes, stops for 6 minutes, and rotates cyclically. For details, please check the winding direction of your watch and TPD, to set up your meter winder