Watch Winder

Designer Jaime Tresserra Releases New Watch Winder Cases

Jaime Tresserra has reinvented two of his creations to seduce watch collectors. The designer chose rotating cases for automatic watches from Swiss Kubik Company in order to reinvent the inside of two pieces of his furniture collection: Cancionero and El Coleccionista. Made in Switzerland and tested using modern innovative technologies, these watch winder cases have been […]

Collector’s Covet Orbita’s New Cristalo™ Single Watch Winder

Orbita, the world’s largest purveyor of luxury watch winders for both automatic and manual wristwatches offers serious watch collectors a wide variety of luxury tools to help them maintain and display their cherished timepieces. The North Carolina-based company recently introduced the new Cristalo 1 Programmable winder, aptly-named after the iconic clear soda-based glass invented by Angelo Barovier in […]

Orbita Releases a Modern Age Revolution™ For Fine Watches

Orbita, the world’s largest purveyor of luxury watch winders for both automatic and manual wristwatches, has put a contemporary spin on its popular InSafe series with the introduction of the new Revolution™ 6 winder, which resembles something from the “space age.” The shiny black lacquer case is formed from durable aluminum sheets and then Heliarc […]

Gifts of Good Cheer: Timekeepers

Chuck Agnoff’s retirement was short-lived. To celebrate both his 60th birthday and his retirement, Agnoff’s wife gave him a gold Rolex, which Agnoff loved for its aesthetics and craftsmanship but grew to despise for its fickleness. If he left it unworn for more than a day or two at a time, the watch would stop […]

Döettling’s New Watch Safe Sits Pretty

They say good design transcends the subject matter. German safe maker Döettling seems intent on proving this point by drawing inspiration for its latest watch safe from a chair, of all things. Liberty Barcelona, a relatively compact 300-kilogram (661-pound) safe with 12 internal winders and assorted storage spaces, has a padded leather exterior reminiscent of […]

FrontRunners: Security Measures

Despite its lack of heft, the 66-pound Döettling Colosimo ( should not be taken lightly. The German safe-building company bills this 11-inch cube, named ironically for the early-20th-century XXL-sized Chicago mobster Big Jim Colosimo, as the world’s smallest safe. However, the contents of the tiny $23,800 locker are secured by a front-mounted three-digit combination lock, […]

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