I have a wild double winder and I use it for Omega and Oris. I haven’t noticed any issues since the whole cavity winds with the watch and there seems to be enough clearance also between the band and the inside of the cavity. It is also super quiet and supposed to last a while ...
Fair question OP...
I own two Wolf single watch winders... no issues putting my precious babies in for over a year
No issues with my previous winders for me either.
"Either he's dead or my watch has stopped"
"The only reason for time is so that everything does not happen at once..."
They shouldn't? Look closely when you load them and how the mechanism rotates?
It’s a worthwhile question to ask. I have a couple of Wolf winders and noticed that for some watches with stiffer / less flexible bracelets, if I don’t mount it precisely on the cushion that it sticks out a bit and I wondered if it might not rub the inside of the winder on each rotation eventually causing some abrasion. I take my time to put it on the cushion cautiously and haven’t had a problem.
We may be lost but we're making good time.
I have the Chiyoda double motor winder. Watches sit side by side and an independent motor runs each. Very convenient to individually change settings for each. Absolutely no chance of scratching bracelet or any part of watch w that as long as u fasten it in correctly! Ultra quiet too!
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