Orbita Presents a Six-Shooting Watch Winder

Famous for its large-scale builds for serious watch collectors, the watch-winder manufacturer Orbita has unveiled a modern unit for those with slightly smaller troves of high-end automatic watches. Carolo ($4,995) is a hexagonal box fitted with a winding unit along each of its six sides. Each winder is separately programmable and fitted with its own power supply, to keep each watch at its optimum individual winding level for accuracy and trouble-free operation. The unit, paneled in carbon fiber, is rotatable and stackable, enabling it to grow along with your collection. (800.800.4436, www.orbita.com)

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