What is a watch winder safe box? Well, the concept of a winder safe is actually pretty simple. It is essentially a safety box, equipped with an electrical winding system for your watch collection. A watch winder safe is typically luxurious and well-designed, and there are a wide range of options and styles that you can choose from. Some winder safe are designed exclusively to store your watches, and some are designed like a regular safety box, with a designated space to store your watches. If you have a collection of automatic watches, getting a winder safe can be very beneficial and convenient for you, since it helps you extend the life of your watch and saves you from the hassle of having to set your watch every time you want to wear it by keeping it running smoothly.
Of course, unlike regular safety boxes, a winder safe needs some form of electricity to function. AC powered winder safe requires a power cord that plugs into the wall, which limits the placement of the winder. Yet, if you are considering a winder safe with multiple heads, it might be more practical to get an AC powered watch winder since it would be more cost-efficient than changing batteries periodically.
A DC powered winder is powered by a battery. If your winder safe is smaller and you want it to be mobile, then you using a DC powered winder is probably best for you. If you have a regular safe and a watch winder unit, and you want to store your watch winder in a safety box, then using a DC powered winder is probably the most practical option.
When choosing your winder safe, it is also important to ensure that your watch winder are well-designed and are safe from electrical emissions that could sometimes emits from the machinery and magnetize your watch, since the winding system is electrical. Although this is unlikely, it is something that you should definitely watch out for.
Other things that you should know when you are considering getting a winder safe are the specificities of your watches, such as the rotor winding direction (clockwise, counter-clockwise, or bi-directional), and its turns per day (how many times a day must the rotor turn in order to keep the watch fully wound). You need to make sure that the winder safe you are getting is programmable to suit your watches need.