This Watch Winder Is So Expensive Because It Uses Some State Of The Art Engineering
Sep 24, 2013 12:41
This watch winder will cost you a small fortune. The reason? It uses some engineering secrets from NASA's zero gravity astronaut trainers - aka aerotrims. The watch winder will spin your timepiece in all directions to keep it wound when not being worn.
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