There are a few things to consider when buying a watch winder. First you need to determine how many watches you want to play at once.
If you only have a few watches, a small clock winder will suffice. However, if you have a large collection of watches, you may need a multi watch winder that can hold many watches at once. You can easily buy clock winding cases (“watch winder etui” in Norwegian) online at many websites.
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Next you need to decide what type of watch winder you want. There are manual watch winders that require the watch to be turned by hand every day. They are usually less expensive than automatic clock rollers. However, its use may take longer.
The automatic watch winder is more expensive than the manual watch winder, but offers you the convenience of automatically winding the watch. You can simply place the roller on your bedside table and it will do the rest.
When choosing an automatic watch winder, be sure to choose a winder with multiple settings so you can control how often the watch rotates.
Finally, you need to budget for turning your watch. The price of a clock winder can range from a few hundred euros to several thousand euros. It depends on how many functions the winding mechanism of the watch has.