That seems like a very poor batting average. Do you switch off the winder module before removing a watch? Not doing so can damage the winder.Every winder I've ever used gave up the ghost after ~2 years, even the Wolf that my wife bought for me. Well, actually it still works but it's much too loud now. I sort of wish it would just die.
Yes I do. Luckily, most of my automatic watches now are vintage so I don't keep those running.That seems like a very poor batting average. Do you switch off the winder module before removing a watch? Not doing so can damage the winder.
None of the winders I own scratches bracelets. None of these is a Wolf, but I am sure this statement is valid for a Wolf as well.I was asking about watch winders in another post and it got deleted, so I would like to know if Watch winders, specifically wolf watch winders can scratch up your timepieces bracelet when being wound. Also how long do wolf watch winders normally last.