WOLF Meridian Watch Winder
WOLF Meridian Watch Winder
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WOLF has been producing quality watch accessories since 1834. Capable of completing 1,200 turns per day (double that with the bi-directional setting) in three directions (clockwise, counterclockwise, or bi-directional), these winders will turn all day without fail Read More

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Cornwallj
12
Mar 21, 2020
So this box looks like a decent amount of watch case for the money, but what does the middle drawer look like? Also not quite as big, but Im kinda torn between one of these and the presale EDC display caddies. Any thoughts?
IfYouSeeKay
78
Mar 20, 2020
Fantastic deal. I almost want to pull the trigger for another winder even though I don’t need it..
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IfYouSeeKay
78
Mar 20, 2020
Thanks!
MarPabl
1076
Mar 21, 2020
So you don't need it because you have exactly 4️⃣⌚
bkhahn
0
Apr 2, 2019
Does anyone know if these stack with the Viceroy models?
Logan5tx
89
Apr 2, 2019
I'm curious- I bought one of the Wolf Windsor two watch winders on her a few months back and was very excited about it. Its beautiful and really nice. BUT- It doesn't keep my watches wound! I have one of the new new ceramic Rolex Daytonas and also one of the Glycine bronze combat subs and I notice that after a couple days they have either stopped or the time will be completely off like they have started and stopped a few times. This is after manually trying to wind them to full wind before putting them in the winder. I've tried the three different settings as well, with no luck. Its really frustrating because the cheap crappy $50 winders from ebay that I've used in the past actually work great. Its ironic that I may end up shelving the Wolf and going back to the cheap winders after spending that money on it. Has anyone else had similar issues?
riggarob
28
Apr 2, 2019
I actually read about this phenomenon on another website. I have an eight watch Winder that some watches work on, and others don't. There are many theories out there but I can't think of them off the top of my head right now, but you can Google it and find the reviews. I have 4 modded Seiko 7002s, 6309, and SKXs they don't do well on a winder. Or I should say they do kind of okay sometimes. At any rate, my Submariner works on a winder, a couple of my Tags, no problem and the same with my Seamasters. Oddly enough, most of my Seiko autos do well on the winder. Like the other person said, if you have a very complicated movement it's best to keep it on a winder, because it is a pain in the ass to reset everything if you just want to wear the watch for an afternoon, or a night out. This just got me thinking, I have one new Orient Ray II, 3 Orients from the early 80s, and one from the mid- 90s, all autos. I've never put them on a Winder, and I don't remember why. At least this conversation has me thinking about that. On another note, the Chronos that I have except for one auto Tag, are the solar powered Seiko types. Those things are phenomenal! I have a special place on top of my workbench whereas I can leave an LED shop light on and it charges up those watches beautifully. Also included in that is a Citizen Nighthawk. Thanks to the original poster for bringing this up and putting my mind in gear again LOL! Semper Fi, Robbie One last thing, I have 4 Croton automatics, and I rotate those out sometimes hourly LOL. These are fantastic watches for little money. They have a hacking movmt, so I just unscrew the crown, and old school style give it 25 to 30 ratcheting turns clockwise. In other words you turn it about 120°, you rotate it backwards and then turn it clockwise again. This gives me another one to two days of power. Also, depending on how you set the watch down, crown up, crown down, case down, crystal down can also slow down, speed up or keep the time the same. So the Crotons have never been on a Winder, because I am the winder hahaha
guzzijason
1
Mar 20, 2020
I have a 3-bay Wolf Meridian, and I really like it. With that said, I have noticed a phenomenon where if you don't center the watch well on winder, it will be off-balance, which could effect the winding. In my case, I didn't have any issues with winding, but I started to notice the winder making some noise and brief pauses at a certain point in the rotation. At first, I thought it was a problem with the winder itself, but after fiddling around a bit, I noticed that by centering the watch better, the problem went away. In another bay, I deliberate set a watch off-center and was able to replicate the problem, so now I'm very careful about this. I'm wondering if the problem is exasperated by bigger/heavier watches. Just something to keep in mind.
Cloaca
1905
Oct 27, 2017
I was checking out the giant Swiss Horotec catalog for watchmakers and watch repairmen and found these babies:
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These look like desk fans to me.
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The following one looks like a speaker to me.
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´The follow two are representative of the most common pattern.
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Now we're starting to get industrial level.
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Cornwallj
12
Mar 21, 2020
Those little peg leg singles though... awesome
CoMapMan
1
Oct 26, 2017
Looks like no cover/door over the watch bins?
aaron.o
10
Oct 26, 2017
Whats the purpose of keeping my watch wound if I'm not using it?
BoogieNYC
36
Oct 26, 2017
I have a few automatics which I keep running with a winder for the same purpose as I would take a car out that I don't use regularly. If you allow a machine -- a car, a watch, whatever -- to run down and not get semi-regular use, eventually the fluids and parts will wither and fail. So even if you think by not using the watch/car/etc. that you're preserving the item in question, you're actually doing the item a disservice and will have to do semi-significant improvements/repair to the device once you want to start using it again.
What the other guy said, but also if you have a perpetual calendar or moonphase, it'd be quite the hassle to reset it every time you wanted to wear the watch.
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