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PostPosted: Mon Mar 16, 2020 4:57 am 
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hey guys, looking to get a new watch winder to handle my expanded collections, kinda have my eyes set on the modular Boxy, wonder if anyone using them?

the other question i have, looking through their manuals, their higher priced ones can go all the way up to 3600 TPD, is there a watch that actually needs so many TPD :shock:
https://www.beco-technic.com/media/pdf/309394_de_en.pdf
https://blumsafe.com/wp-content/uploads ... Manual.pdf

looking through wolf's TPD database, seems like majority are within the range of 600-800 TPD
https://www.wolf1834.com/faq/watch-wind ... =breitling

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If you haven't already read it, then this thread is a good place to start on winders -

viewtopic.php?f=6&t=23867

In terms of 3600 tpd, then personally I've never come across any watch that would need so many. 650 - 800 is usually the norm for keeping most movements wound. I can only think they give the option for "fast winding"..., but then there's nothing faster than using your fingers so it seems a bit redundant.

Not used Boxy myself - Orbita Rotorwind have been my go-to winders for years now.

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Driver8 wrote:
I can only think they give the option for "fast winding"..., but then there's nothing faster than using your fingers so it seems a bit redundant.


hmmm... never thought about that... that makes sense

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