Watch winder

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If you are considering buying a watch winder. You may have some questions about watch winder such as TPD and direction and wondered: What does TPD mean? What is the relevance of direction?

TPD in watch winder speak is the Turns Per Day (TPD). This is the number of turns the watch winder turntable, or rotor, makes each day. So, when your watch is on the watch winder, this becomes the number of turns per day the watch makes. For a watch winder to work effectively, you need to make sure the TPD of your watch winder matches the ideal TPD of your watch.

What is TDP on watch winder? TPD for your specific watch is important to know before you buy watch winder as each watch has an ideal TPD. So, you’ll need to make sure the watch winder you buy allows it to make the right number of TPD to match the ideal turns for your watch.

Each brand and model of watch has a different TPD, so you need to make sure you know your watch’s individual requirements. You can contact your manufacturer if you are unsure of the TPD of your watch.

In order to advise you, the manufacturer will need to know the make, year and model of the watch or the serial number.

What is direction settings on watch winder? Just as important as TPD is to select the correct direction setting on the watch winder to suit your watch. Similarly, this is the advice you should give you when purchasing an automatic watch, or you can contact the manufacturer's customer service team.

The direction setting is represented as clockwise, counterclockwise, and / or bidirectional. All watches have different movements inside. Movements and mechanisms vary from manufacturer to manufacturer.

Some watches have clockwise, counterclockwise and both working mechanisms!

These mechanisms maintain the watch's wound and run at its best performance.

As long as the correct settings are applied, the watch winder will imitate the natural wrist movement. Not all watch winders are suitable for all watches. They have many common features, but it is important to spend time and energy choosing the right watch winder.

Make sure that the watch winder you buy has the correct orientation setting. Making this mistake will be a huge waste of money and may even damage your watch.

What TPD do I need? As the case may be. Each watch brand, even each watch model, has a different TPD. Typically, automatic watches require 500 to 1000 TPD to be fully wound. When you buy a watch, you should be told the ideal TPD. If not, you can contact the manufacturer to find the ideal TPD. If you can't find it from them, try to find the TPD in our watch winding table.

Most wristwatch winders have a pause function, and some also have a delayed start function. The reason is that although most watch winders are very quiet, most people prefer to rotate during the day.

Using the delayed start function and understanding the pause sequence means that you can set the watch winder to suit your daily operation mode so that you can wear it whenever you need it!