Time to Rotate

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Rebnats
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Time to Rotate

Post by Rebnats » Sat May 25, 2019 10:29 am

Just to share some pics of my new watch winder.
Must say it works a treat.

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C60 Trident Bronze Pro 600
C65 Trident GMT.

Tag Heuer McLaren .
Tissot Classic T Touch.
Seiko Starfish.

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Re: Time to Rotate

Post by Darksol » Sat May 25, 2019 4:57 pm

Very nice winder!

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Re: Time to Rotate

Post by Jcalder68 » Sat May 25, 2019 7:05 pm

Pretty slick :-)
I heard words of caution about leaving auto watches on a winder long-term. I have taken some advice and use mine on a timer plug so it runs on and off during the day (8:00am to 9:00pm) and then rests the watches over night. That replicates my usual watch wearing habits and seems to work well for me,

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CW Watches (To Date): Trident M3 40mm, C60 Pro 300, C60 Pro 600 Vintage, C65 GMT, C65 Diver Auto, C65 Diver Manual
Others (To Date): Sinn 104, Seiko SNA411, G-Shock

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Re: Time to Rotate

Post by Rebnats » Sat May 25, 2019 7:49 pm

This one only has one option. Rotates 1 hour, rests for 3 hours, either clockwise or anti-clockwise. Had it running now for a few days without any problem very quiet motor, only time will tell 😉
C60 Trident Bronze Pro 600
C65 Trident GMT.

Tag Heuer McLaren .
Tissot Classic T Touch.
Seiko Starfish.

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