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WOLF 270002 Heritage Single Watch Winder with Cover, Black

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Description

  • 1 winding module, glass cover, chrome finished hardware, lock in cuff
  • Patented Innovation - Every WOLF winder counts the precise number of rotations. All other winder estimate the number of rotations.
  • Pre-programmed - 900 turns per day. Directional Settings: Clockwise, Anticlockwise and Bi-directional
  • Battery or Power Option with Universal Power adapator. Smooth faux leather and satin lining. Watch Cuff- The cuff has been designed to fit bigger and heavier watches (up to 52mm case). The new design "locks" the cuff into the rotator drum for a secure fit

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Customer Reviews

Wrong watch winder for Omega - Discontinued on Wolf websiteI bought this watch winder before I purchased my first Omega automatic watch. I was quite new to the world of watches and I thought this one would be better than most. I was wrong and right. Wolf is the best value for the money when it comes to watch winders, but this model is more than useless for almost all premium watches. The reason is simple - no way to set the number of rotations, beyond 900 unidirectional and 1800 bi-directional. This is far more than Omega recommends for the majority of their watches, which max out at 720 rotations (bi-directional) a day. This watch winder's setting is over 2.5 times the recommended, which according to Omega, leads to a watch not being wound correctly, damage to the internal winding spring and mechanisms. My personal experience is that this winder doesn't wind high-end Omega watches well at all.I used this with my Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean with 8906 caliber, and my Seamaster with 8800 caliber movement, only to find that their reserve power was around half of what what it should have been (normally 60 hours with 8906, and 56 hours with 8800). I thought I would experiment with this winder while I was learning about winders in general, and since I already had it. In the meantime, I had bought both of my new Omega watches within a couple weeks of each other and I was waiting for my Wolf Viceroy winders to come in. I was able to set the new Viceroy winders to 350 bi-directional rotations per day, and I quickly discovered that both watches were performing up to specs, with normal reserve times and both were keeping excellent time.If you want to see what Omega recommends and why this watch winder will certainly damage your $3000 to $20,000 + watch, simply Google-Omega FAQ-watch_winder_EN.pdf1Great product and dead silent operation...a bit on the bulky side, it does take up a lot of space but works flawlesslyI've had various winders and all mostly did the job but were generally cheap and poor quality and ultimately stopped working much sooner than should have been expected. I wasn't sure about buying either the wolf or another one of similar reputation and cost. I tried both and this was the winner, the other was just behind it. I thought the other was a better fit / shape, but I could hear it running while the wolf is silent on battery or with the included cord. I don't like how big (depth) that this winder is. It's huge and certainly more of a closet item than a for a dresser or night stand. But it works flawlessly and quality from packaging to the actual product does justify the higher cost of wolf products. Seems like at this price point, there would be demand for the same product covered in actual leather vs whatever is covered with now which does simulate smooth leather Although that would likely double the cost, an option to consider would be nice. Haven't had a dead watch on Monday morning since getting this. Will order another version to store 4 total watches due to the need to properly store expensive self winding watches; no cost savings which is disappointing, but smaller footprint. All around a high quality product and dead silent operation. Only reason for not a 5 star home run is this is a large product, much bigger than it seems it need to be, but I placed priority on functionality over aesthetics. Wish I'd looked for these years ago. The price is nominal when compared to costs of watches and servicing of those watches.4Perfect WinderI treated myself to a Breitling Navitimer GMT and I wanted a good autowinder.I googled and went on YouTube, Wolf was way up there in the top 10 winders.I got he Wolf Heritage and I love it.You can t even tell it s on, super quiet and so far working flawlessly.I would definitely recommend5Great For You and Your Watch.Since I bought this on Amazon a few weeks ago, at a 72% discount to list, that price price has jumped almost $30.00. I am very happy with my deal. This item is of excellent quality. It handles my Rolex Yachtmaster silently and keeps it wound just right. Very convenient.If you have a really costly watch this winder will save you money on maintenance in the long run, reducing wear on the mainspring and stem.I would not pay the $400.00 list price, however.5Great product for automatic watch needsI was on the fence about ordering this watch winder, not sure if it was a needed expense, quality, or would damage my watches. After reading several reviews on this and other winders from Wolf I have to say I was impressed. From the shipping package to the overall quality of this product. Faux leather (fake leather) was of high quality. The silent gearing and operation is great since I and most people would be storing their watches and if needed their winders in their bedrooms. My wife is a very light sleeper and she doesn t hear the winder at all.With three automatic watches in my rotation with date / day date complications this product fits my needs. The only issue I have with Wolf Heritage Watch Winders is not enough information in the directions supplied with the product. Fortunately common sense and online watch forums can provide enough information to operate properly. I would recommend checking with the watch manufacture for the correct direction and minimum amount of rotations needed to adequately keep you automatic watch wound.4Hoping a more expensive winder lasts longer...So far so good, but I've only had it three days.I've already gone through two others--both cheap ones that looked pretty. The first winder lasted about a year, the second two years. Neither was an expensive winder. This one is very quiet and has nice settings and features on it, plus it has a blinking light to let me know it is working. It also offers a battery backup. I'm just hoping that this winder lasts longer than a couple of years, and this is the brand a lot of people recommend.I do wish that the pillow for the watch was smaller. My women's DateJust isn't as large as a man's and I worry that the band is being stretched out.5Probably the best option out there unless you want to really over-pay.My winder just arrived. Summary - Its fine but expectations vs reality are slightly our of wack. My initial impressions are as follows:1. Build quality and materials appear to be fine. Exterior fit and finish are good, but it is just faux leather (which was, to be fair, clear in the product description)... Same for the chrome (plated?) knobs ...Nothing wrong with it at all, but I feel like the thing is just trying a little too hard.2. Less visible components and overall design are only OK: The battery trays are typical cheap plastic, like you'd find in a typical $20 toy. This is OK... but was a little disappointing as I installed batteries in my new (supposedly $495 list-price winder). Also, the front door hinges at the bottom and is attached so that the whole unit levers up 1/4" when the door is completely opened. This isn't a big deal, but it seems like poor attention to detail in the design. Slightly more significantly, you have to squeeze the door closed to get the top latch to engage fully. It works OK, but I don't get the feeling that I'll be passing this thing on to my son someday.. I get the sense that it will last for a few years.. that's it.3. The unit came in an Amazon shipping box; then a Wolf shipping box with internal padding, then a Wolf decorative box which was inside of well made cloth bag, and the actual unit was then wrapped in tissue paper. Super!; A+. However, despite all of this attention to protecting the product and aesthetics, the instructions where almost non-existent. Stealing the comments from another reviewer - You'd think that a company that had been in this business for 75 yrs would be able to provide a useful pamphlet. Nope. So, I went to their website. Basically nothing. I understand that there are a lot of unique watches out there, all with different requirements, but I have to believe that 90%+ of these units are purchased for fairly modern watches from 6-8 big name manufactures (Rolex, Omega, Breitling, etc) Why not provide guidance for these model and instruct the consumer to do research for anything more unusual?4. This is a nit, but someone (not me) chose to use USPS as a shipper, and they reported the package as delivered 4 hours before it showed up, leaving me to knock on neighbors doors. In my experience with many, many Amazon orders, USPS is just a little less expensive than UPS; they are also less reliable. So, once again... outward appearance suggests a top-of-the-line product, but execution demonstrates cutting corners to try to save a few pennies.5. Personal pet peeve here but the Amazon page says this thing has a list price of $495, and it is currently being sold for $129.99. $495 feels like a bold-faced lie. They are not selling this thing for $495; never have; never will. I'd prefer that they just list it and sell it for a fair price. It this thing worth $129.99..? Time will tell; I suspect it is... But,. I always wonder if a company will lie to be about the price, what else are they lying about..?3Well worth it!I bought this for my husband for his birthday. He has several watches but one in particular winds through motion so he tends to wear it daily even though he would like to wear some of his others. After reading the reviews I chose this one. I have nothing to compare it to but I can tell you that it works perfectly. It is ultra quiet. (I've read reviews on other products where the reviewer complains about the noise). This product is well constructed and I have never seen anything packed so diligently. The price point was higher than some of the other products but my husband and I are both thinking this was well worth the extra cost. Very happy with it.5Looks as great as it works!***** UPDATE, February 27, 2016Just wanted to update, in terms of longevity, here it is nearly a year later, and this winder is still working flawlessly. Utterly silent, and never has failed under continuous use, 24 hours a day. I will note that my watch does slowly gain time sitting in this, but it's not a big deal to turn the hands back a few minutes, as opposed to not using a winder and having to totally reset the time and date every time I put it on, between uses.I've since bought a Belocia, and a Heiden, just to compare, and for specific features, and I will say that my Wolf is still the best of all of them, in my experience, although I was not seriously displeased with either of those other brands. Wolf just has an edge for overall build quality, in my opinion. See my reviews of those for my thoughts (Belocia quad winder, Heiden single winder).I see now that other Wolf winders are not much more in price than this Heritage, and offer more range of turns per day options (this one is fixed at 900 TPD), so that might be a factor for those needing such, but, bottom line, Wolf makes amazing winders, and you'll be very happy with this, or any choice, in the Wolf brand.Still five stars after almost a year of use, and would gladly give it ten!*** UPDATE, May 12, 2015:Well, had a brief panic, so I wanted to update here on terms of expectation. I mistakenly thought the movement occurred in a pattern of a certain number of hours on then off then on again, which seemed indicated in the instructions. But, it was not doing that. It would be on for a period of minutes, then off, then on again later, and I kept missing when it was back on, so, this being my first winder, and me being worried it wasn't doing what I mistakenly thought it should do, I contacted Wolf and had an immediate and super helpful response.I wish I could add an extra star for their customer service. Not only did they walk me through a troubleshooting, but further assured me that they would happily replace it, or refund me, directly through Wolf, since it is their product, if anything was wrong, which is really cool, since I wouldn't even have to go through Amazon, if it came to that point.Turns out it was just my ignorance of how it cycles. I knew it was working, since it was keeping my watch wound, but I kept wondering why it didn't run longer, based on my incorrect interpretation of the instructions. So, for any other new to winders buyer, just know it may seem that it is off, more than on, but it's still doing it's job and know also that Wolf customer service is outstanding!MY ORIGINAL REVIEW:Having only recently stepped into the world of upper scale watches (but will forever be thankful to humble Invicta for getting me hooked on the love of watches, and for providing me years of reliable joy with their products) I stepped beyond the "affordable luxe" quartz powered ones I've invested in, from Certina and Citizen, and purchased my first higher end automatic (the famed Certina DS Action Diver -- a sensible investment for a world-renowned Swiss dive watch). So came the question, do I need a winder??The short answer, after long research, is "not really." Yes, there is some argument to be made for the settling of oils, etc., if your automatic is kept out of your wearing rotation for months on end, but even my non-luxe branded automatics have never had that issue, so I doubt that a world leading Swiss watch maker's product, with heritage of the class of Certina, is going to seize up after a few weeks of not being worn. And, given that the watch is so epic, I doubt it will be one that I will let sit even that long, between wears!However, that being said, in terms of mechanical "need" factor, there is another obvious point -- the absolute convenience factor of not having to reset the time or date constantly, or ever, because the watch is kept wound. This makes the answer of, do I need a watch winder, to be an absolute YES, for those who just like to grab their watch and go. Plus, although parts seizing up is not likely, it is better, overall, it is said, for a watch to be kept wound.So, while you likely don't "have" to have a winder and the world won't end if you don't, it is something that is great to have, for good reasons, if you're in a position to get one.And, as an added bonus, what better way to showcase a really sweet watch than with a stunning watch winder case, right?While "cheap" winders are advocated by many, who say, "Hey, it's just a winder, who cares about it being fancy, just get it cheap!" my hesitation to buy anything cheap is always a question of quality. It's not "cheap" if I'm replacing it a few times a year. Plus, why put a beautiful watch in crummy looking winder, especially one that starts to sound like a cement mixer after a few months??So, trying to learn what winder is worth spending more money for, I found that, just like watches, one can go nuts with a watch winder, and be all about brand, and all about just being rich, and spend a fortune for a very fancy winder made with exotic materials that practically makes your coffee in the morning, and spending that much just because one can afford such things. Not being one of those folks (and likely not buying such, even if I was, since I just think, at some point, it's just throwing money away) I focused on what people were really buying with higher priced winders, and it seems the main items are the motor, the movement of said motor, and the materials of the winder itself.One name that kept popping up was Wolf. They make extremely beautiful winders, and other jewelry related cases, and have been doing so since 1834. While they sell some very expensive items, I was amazed to find here, this single watch winder, that has the quality and features of their high end gear, but at a much more affordable price point.So, quality, heritage, and, while it doesn't have as many options for cycling as some others, they have taken the bulk of any figuring work out of it as well, so you don't have to become a watch winder expert to know how to set it. This one rotates 900 rotations per day, which is optimal (although above the "standard" 650 per day, but also below some that are 1240 or more per day). Yes, you can actually look up exactly what the "ideal" number of movements per day is for your particular watch movement, but, given that this winder has built in pause and sleep modes, it seems they have made a fairly universal use winder, which means less fiddling around, frankly -- just turn it on and let it do the work, no rocket science required.And, speaking of turning it on, everything, including the mounting mechanism, dials, and closure, all work smoothly and feel very solid. Use is utterly simple -- the watch mount itself has latches, and easily pulls out by slightly squeezing in the side tabs, and then it is just a collapsible pillow to use, and you just close your watch clasp up and fit the watch around the pillow, and then the holder easily pops back in place, and holds your watch firmly in the mounting cup. Just be sure you know which direction your movement "winds" in (and, yup, you can look that up too, for your particular movement), and set accordingly to A, B, or C, which is clockwise, counterclockwise, or both directions.You can then turn it on, using the 12 hour delay setting if your watch has been freshly worn and fully wound from use, or, to maintain wind, select just the on position and watch your watch twirl away.It even has the option to use batteries, or the included adapter (which came with all major plug adapters for using it most anywhere in the world) so it could even travel with you, if you wanted to lug it around, using batteries or corded power.Having now unwrapped it and set it up and having used it for just a few days, like others have said here, I can't attest yet to longevity, but I will aim to give my opinion on that in six months or so, but, what I CAN attest to, is the absolute SILENCE of this device! I mean, like, seriously, I can't hear it, at all. There is no hum, no buzz, no cranking gears, nothing. Kind of surreal, almost, seeing it work so soundlessly. There is a very small green light that gives an intermittent (but not at all annoying at night) flash to let you know it's doing its thing.As far as appearance, it definitely is a beautiful little piece of furniture and looks GREAT. Yes, it's faux leather, but it still looks far better than plastic, and, with the real glass face and chrome fixtures, it maintains a very upscale appearance, and is a piece you can be proud to display. It is a bit large, but not intrusively so, with a footprint that is roughly six inches wide, eight inches long, and seven inches high. It's really just large enough to be noticed, so it's nice they put a lot of thought into its appearance. Other cheapos may be smaller, but likely that's because the cheapos are something you would tuck away, rather than display, which is a shame when you have a beautiful watch inside.All in all, I couldn't be more pleased! Yes, it was more than I really wanted to spend, but, for getting a piece that carries many of the features of units five times that price, I'm okay with it. Considering it is made by Wolf, it's kind of like getting a Certina watch, in that you are spending very little, comparatively, for acquiring an item that has all the quality and benefits of of much higher (and one could argue, perhaps even overly) priced product.If you're looking to spend not so much, to get a whole lot, you can't go wrong with the quality, craftsmanship and legacy of this winder. I absolutely and highly recommend!5Love my Wolf winders.This is my second Wolf winder. I have had a Wolf Cub for roughly a year and a half and it has worked flawlessly. I got another watch, so I bought the Wolf Heritage this time around. Overall, the quality and function is what I expected and very nice. The door is sturdy and the controls feel solid. The motor is quiet. I like that the power switch is on the front, unlike the Cub which has it on the back.All that being said, if I have to buy a third winder, I'll go back to the Cub for one reason. The door on the Cub is magnetic and works flawlessly. The Heritage door is a little trickier. If the Heritage is sitting on a flat surface, the door won't quite open all the way, so you end up sliding the winder forward to the edge of the surface so the door falls out of the way. Also, the latch on the top doesn't flip open as easily as I expect it too. These are very minor gripes, honestly, and I don't mind to imply that it's cheap or poorly designed, it's just that the Cub works just a little bit better.4
WOLF 270002 Heritage Single Watch Winder with Cover, Black

WOLF 270002 Heritage Single Watch Winder with Cover, Black

4.3
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Regular price
HK$ 4,534.00
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HK$ 4,534.00
Regular price
HK$ 7,494.00
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Save 39% (HK$ 2,960.00)