thats the one I was looking for!
Al, make/model/price?........looks great and I remember you saying it could handle heavy divers.
jxlxr is correct...it was from official time, via ebay....cost was about $300-350 bucks, including a rather steep shipping charge, but I look at it as an all in cost. The quality seems excellent and the motors run perfectly and quietly even with some monsterish sized divers on there. All in All it has been worth every penny.
Arrived quickly and in great shape. I also like the Van Gogh stlye (look like a humidor) but I went for the other to hold a few more for a few bucks less.
I have a buddy here in Charlotte, who bought a couple extra ones. I dont know if he has them still, but I can check if you would like. You might save a buck or two (more money for watches).
Here are a couple of more pics of the winder.
yeah great idea!
.....somebody had posted a great shot of an 8-watch winder that fit big divers with ease.....but i dont think we ever got the make/model.....he said it got it at some website, but i couldnt find it at said site.........i need a 12-watch winder or bigger (ouch) but I am not really into those giant cabinets.....cant wait to see what surfaces.
Is the Winder you purchased the "Van Gogh" model ? It looks like a decent winder for the money. I'm currently using a Steinhausen as well and the thing sounds like a truck motor . It also does not rotate all that smoothly with my heavier watches (GSAR;PO and Seamaster GMT).
I'll take it.Here's mine, and it only cost me $150 stack$.......b-)