this is the one hour glass is selling.
it can only fit one watch.
so if i have 5, i got to buy 5?!?!??!
comes to about 1.5k.
Personally, I think it's well worth it. I only do it once every 2 1/2 to 3 years, and I've been wearing my tag since I started working. Operationally, it's cheaper than most of those cheapy watches.
Sometimes, I pay about $70+ to have them service the watch. Meaning, they clean out the inside and calibrate the watch to ensure that it tells the time accurately. If you watch is pretty scratched up, they can polish up the steel area as well.
I also have a Chopard watch... but that one I wind it when I need to wear it. Normally, I keep it in my digi-cabi with my camera.
Don't be lazy lah... Just wind it lah...
Tags are quartz right?
Jeanie, how many watches u need to wind?
jeanie, i think the only watches that really need a watch winder are perpetual calendars, for obvious reasons.
other mechanical watches can do without a watch winder, especially when some winders may not know when your spring is already wound to the max. so the winder keeps going...till the spring snaps.
hmm since it just needs a shake now and then... y not just strap the watches on a vibrator and you just need to change the batteries on the vibrator, or better, get adaptor and plug it to mains...
Logging Off. "You have 2,631 messages stored, of a total 400 allowed." don't PM me.