If you have two or more automatic watches, there is a big chance that you need to buy an automatic 2 watch winder for each of your watches. If you plan to buy one, there are three important factors that you have to mind.
Every 2 watch winder needs to be powered in order to remain operational. The winder can be either AC or DC-powered. Which one is the right for you? It depends on your watch winding habit. A DC-powered watch winder doesn’t require a cord to get it powered. A winder as such is a great choice if you need a mobile winder or if you want to store the winder in a safe. An AC-powered automatic watch winder, on the other hand, is a better choice if you don’t want to be bothered by the battery and if you want to have a winder with multiple heads.
Rotation Direction and Turn Per Day
A watch winder may rotate clockwise, counterclockwise, or bidirectionally. There is also a specific number of rotations that a specific watch winder performs. The decision regarding the right 2 watch winder in terms of rotation direction and turn per day depends mostly on the watch that you have. If you have a high-quality automatic watch, such as Rolex Datejust, you need to have a watch winder that rotates bidirectionally and performs 650 to 800 turns per day. Check with your watch manufacturer to find out the best watch winder for your watch.
The last thing to mind when buying a watch winder is its design. A watch winder may have a functional design that puts emphasis on its functionality alone while undermining its aesthetic aspect, but may also have elegant or even extravagant design that makes it an excellent haven for your premium watch. The decision about your automatic 2 watch winder design depends entirely on your preference.