A self-winding mechanical watch only lives up to its name if it’s kept moving. On your wrist, that is taken care of — the motion of your arm keeps the rotor spinning, which winds the mainspring. But leave it on your bedside table for a couple of days and you’ll need to crank it by hand and set the time and date. While that’s no great hardship with one or two watches, once your collection grows to more than that, you’re going to want a watch winder.

Browse our available winders below, or contact us for more information on winders.