TL;DR: Looking for recommendations for a watch winder with room for 3-7 watches, individual TPD & direction settings, vertical up-and-down style (vs. inclined angled style), $200-$400 price range.
I think I've decided that I am in the market for my first watch winder. I've taken a look at a number of recommended watch winders (Wolf, Chiyoda, Orbita, Barrington, Versa, Heiden, JQueen, Time Tutelary) and I'm looking for further guidance. I think I want one that holds at least 3 watches and I don't think I will ever need more than 6 or 7 but I want extra room as I expand my collection (I currently have 2 watches that I would like to keep wound for convenient grab-and-go without re-setting). I would prefer it if each watch "bay" is individually programmable for TPD and direction. I'm thinking my price range will be $200-$400.
First of all Wolf, Barrington, and Orbita seem to be pretty expensive and are probably out of my price range.
Versa and Time Tutlery seem kind of cheap and I can probably afford higher quality.
Heiden, JQueen, and Chiyoda seem to be in the right price range for what I am looking for but I prefer the straight up-and-down style vs. the inclined angled winder which seem to dominate the styles.
I have also found a couple brands on Amazon that I have been looking at, specifically "Leader Watch Winder" and "Boda Concept." Links below. Has anyone had any experience with these two brands on Amazon?
Any and all recommendations, guidance, personal experience, and questions (even recommendations against using a watch winder) are welcome on any brands as I still have a ways to go to make a decision and my mind is open.
Thank you for taking the time to read through my long post and helping me out.
My favorite look, # of watches, functionality, etc.:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...0GVOFWNN&psc=1 (Unfortunately it went out of stock before I could buy)
Favorite Chiyoda (even though it is not the style I'm looking for):