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Tuesday, 5 December 2023

WOLF Watch Winders are an Immaculate Mix of Style and Function

If you own multiple automatic watches, then you will obviously not be able to wear them all at the same time. This means that some of them will need to remain at home, and if you know anything about the mechanics of automatic watches, then you know that they function best when kept in motion as you go about your day.

This is where watch winders come in handy – they automatically turn a watch at a frequency that mimics what they would experience if you were wearing them. Intricately designed, these devices work to keep your watches in perfect working order when you’re not wearing them, ensuring they are always ready for you to use at your leisure.

Without a doubt, the premium brand for watch winders has to be WOLF. Established in 1834, WOLF remains a family-run business and is meticulously crafting watch winders that operate much more smoothly and quietly than their competitors.

The latest range of WOLF watch winders makes use of state-of-the-art technology which enables intermittent rotation, counting turns-per-day, the ability to set instructions on the direction and amount of turns, as well as pause and sleep phases. This brand is without equal when it comes to the precision and versatility of their watch winders.

Also known as watch rockers, these products are truly luxurious and double as a stylish display case to keep watches when they aren’t being used. Their range is expansive, with some of the bigger options able to carry and wind up to 4, 6, and even 8 separate watches.

WOLF watch winders are also the pinnacle of style. They are all handmade and use vegan leather, with many having wood veneer faceplates that provide a retro appeal. They make the perfect addition to a bedside table or as an eye-catching piece in the living room.

Burton Blake is the leading UK stockist for WOLF Watch winders, and you can browse their range of WOLF Watch Winders.

Daniel Storey
Daniel Storey
Daniel Storey is business editor at British Journal. Previously he was the Independent's chief leader writer and worked in national newspapers for ten years, as a general news reporter and science correspondent, before specialising in economics. Daniel has broken a number of exclusive stories and interviewed senior figures including the Prime Minister and leader of the opposition.

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