The automatic 2 watch winder is an amazing combination of precision and elegance, functionality and craftsmanship. The 2 watch winder is beautiful box storage and the prestige piece while it simultaneously works in deliberate ways and accurate to ensure your automatic watch remains fully wounded even when it not worn.
- Start to manually wind the watch by turning the crown around 20-30 times.
- Careful place the automatic watch into the winder. Make sure the watch is full seated well in the watch holder. Then adjust the TPD (turns per Day) into the lowest setting and choose the bi-directional rotation mode.
- Turn on the 2 watch winder. Over the next 48 hours or so, check the watch periodically to see if the watch still shows the accurate time. In general, the automatics have approximately around 40 hours to reserve from the time when they have wound. If the time still corrects for the next 2 days, then it is the right setting and you do not need to change the setting anymore.
- If the time is showing the wrong time, increase the next TPD setting and repeat the process again.
- If the time is correct for the next 2 days after change the setting, then it is the right setting.
- If the time is wrong, change the setting to rotate clockwise only and repeat the next procedure for the next 2 days. If the rime is correct after 2 days, it is the right setting for your watch.
- If the time is wrong, then set to rotate counterclockwise and repeat the process once again and wait for the result for the next 2 days.
From the description above, we know that the initial procedure for synchronizing your watch with automatic 2 watch winder can be a little bit tedious. The experiment can take a certain trial and error to meet with your watch manufacturer setting. However, once you get the right precision and setting that your watch need and how your 2 watch winder provides it, you no need experiment again.