Wolf 1834 Watch Winder Safe

Over the past 185 years, Wolf has helped many safeguard their valuable effects. Across five generations, the family-run company has made a name for itself in the watch winder industry through its tireless pursuit of perfection in their craft. If you’re into watches, especially automatic ones, and are all about taking care of them – the Wolf 1834 Watch Winder Safe is for you.

A tasteful marriage between style and patented innovation, the safe boasts top-notch craftsmanship, backed by close to two centuries of experience offering solutions for safekeeping and maintaining your precious time pieces and jewellery. With patented rotation counting technology, a wolf safe’s primary focus is the health of your watches. While other names in the market merely use a estimation of rotations per day, Wolf counts precisely the specified number of turns for each individual watch – providing nonpareil care for the timepieces on your wrist.

Wolf 1834 Watch Winder Safe

Thanks to technology, an app on your smartphone can also seamlessly control the individual winders (or even collectively), allowing you to set your preferred rotation rate or direction of the turning on your phone via bluetooth. You can also register for a two-year warranty online, which comes with the purchase of each safe.

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The Wolf safe comes with jewellery and accessory drawers inside, lined with lush suede lining, as well as black watch panels. Each safe is also finished with high gloss onyx or titanium on the exterior, providing not just first-class security, but aesthetics as well.

The safe comes in three variants – a two-piece safe for the casual collector, the Orion; an eight-piece safe, the Vanguard, for those to whom watches are more than just a hobby; and the Atlas, a 12-piece beast for the serious aficionado. A 16-piece Atlas is also available if 12 just isn’t enough.

Available at Wolf.

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