Wolf Designs 456702 Module 2.7 4PC Watch Winder with Cover

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  • Rotation options- incrementally from 300-1200 turns per day The LCD screen provides a countdown of remaining rotations in daily cycle
  • Watch cuff has been designed to accommodate larger, heavier watches and will "lock" into the winder drum for a secure fit
  • Winder can turn clockwise, counter-clockwise or bi-directional
  • Winder runs exclusively on a 33V Adapter (included)

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Product Specifications

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Brand, Seller, or Collection Name Wolf Designs
Model Number 456702
Part Number 456702
Model Year 2012
Item weight 9.1 kilograms
Warranty type Manufacturer

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 38.1 x 33 x 20.3 cm ; 9 Kg
  • Shipping Weight: 8 Kg
  • Item model number: 456702
  • ASIN: B002S0NM4Q
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: Dec 4 2011
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #20,481 in Watches (See Top 100 in Watches)
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9dc67e34) out of 5 stars 7 reviews
17 of 22 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9ddbf93c) out of 5 stars decent product poor warranty Jan. 6 2011
By Adamo - Published on Amazon.com
I recieved a Wolf quad winder from my brother as a hand me down when he upgraded to a larger model. The winder was in like new condition when I recieved it and was no more than one year old. Needless to say I was very excited about it since I have been eyeballing the product on line for some time. I tend to research items before I buy them as much as reasonably possible. In this case I was not ready to pull the triger yet so I was thrilled when I got one for "free". Four months later one of the four winders quit working. Having read raving reviews about the Wolf customer service I was not worried and was sure they would take care of me and my "new toy".
I would not be writing this review if that was the case. The Wolf policy is that they will absolutely not help you unless you can provide the original receipt. Even after I informed them that I still have the original box and the UPC sticker ($1999 list price) for the winder.
Come to find out this supposedly high end product is not serialized. Why should I be required to keep a receipt if they don't care enough about their product to put a serial number on it? Childrens toys I buy for my todler have a serial number but a $2K winder does not.
In all fairness if I had the receipt they said they would send me a free replacment. Since they manufacture the items in China and the COG's (cost of goods) are probalbly $50 to manufacture it that is not a surprise that giving me a free replacment is their policy. They do not offer any type of repair options. Now that I know it is made in China I certainly would not pay $2000 for a winder it -in all likelyhood- cost them about $50 to manufacure.
8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9dc770fc) out of 5 stars Very Expensive Watch Winder May 23 2011
By Willie Morales - Published on Amazon.com
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This is supposed to be one of the best Watch Winders in the market. It is not. It is very expensive when you compare its price to other winders in the market. The retaining system for the watch holders is very bad. The watches keep falling down almost immediately after starting to rotate. I wasted a lot of money on this item believing that I was buying the best. I recently bought another winder that costs less than half the price of this one, from a different company and it is excellent.
HASH(0x9e343f78) out of 5 stars "You get what you pay for" goes both ways April 1 2015
By JP7570 - Published on Amazon.com
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I just received this winder from Amazon and am very pleased with it. The price was right - almost 50% off retail. The 4 cuffs can be individually programmed (or turned off if not needed) and the winder is whisper quiet. Programming is a breeze and will literally take you less than a minute. I have only had the winder a few days, so if anything goes wrong, I will certainly update my review. But one of the reasons I settled on Wolf was they are a name brand with a 2-year warranty (unlike the inexpensive nameless winders you can find on Amazon).

If you've bought any Apple, Nest, or Dropcam product, the "box experience" is similar. Wolf has given some thought into the user experience of opening the box and inspecting the product and it arrived completely safe and secure.

Please be aware that the product dimensions listed in the description are WRONG. The ACTUAL product dimensions are 6.5 inches deep x 12.7 inches tall x 10.5 inches wide (NOT 19.5 inches wide as shown in the Amazon listing). This should easily fit on just about any bookshelf or dresser.

The Viceroy cuffs are a bit stiff when new, so fitting the watch around them was a little awkward at first . I expect them to loosen up a bit over time. They do snap into place, rather than squeezing on the "ears" to lock them in. It's a little different from my other winder, but that's not a big deal. I have average size watches (mid to upper 40 mm) and they fit just fine (smaller cuffs can be ordered separately for women's and children's watches).

I wish Wolf made a quad model with some on-board storage. This one is winders only. They do offer other models with storage, but not in a quad format (yet).

Some reviews are critical of the price. While the Wolf is not inexpensive, it is certainly not as expensive as other brands (such as Orbita). Sure you can buy cheaper winders, some for less than $100. But they are not as customizable in their programming, they usually require two watches per cuff, the motors are extremely noisy, and they don't last very long. You get what you pay for.

There is one very critical review that has taken Wolf to task because they didn't honor what he considered to be a warranty repair. This reviewer has posted the same critical review for every Wolf listing on Amazon. However, in that case the winder was a hand-me-down, with no receipt. Unless the warranty was registered or if there was an original receipt, the manufacturer has no idea if this is a legitimate claim or not. I don't blame the company in that case. I would say the responsibility is all on the owner. Take the time to register your product for the warranty and print a copy of the receipt (if bought online). You might need it if repairs are necessary.
HASH(0x9e9704b0) out of 5 stars Broken and dirty, right out of the box. Feb. 23 2016
By Trauma Doc - Published on Amazon.com
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This is my second, and last, Wolf watch winder. The first Wolf winder last about a year, and was only a two head. I could not find my reciept, so I replaced it with another brand, that was cheaper, which lasted about two years. My wife and I needed to upgrade to a four head winder, and we thought we'd give Wolf another try. Frankly, I knew the top winder brands, but I thought I could save a little money, and Wolf was supposed to be pretty good, "founded in 1834" and all that, right? Wrong.
Right out of the box, it was inoperative. No lights, no function, no nothing. Then, when I pulled the plug out of the power socket in the back, the socket came right along with the plug. Did not appear to be attached on the inside at all. All the wires appear to be connected, so that didn't seem to be the problem. I had an identical 3.3V power source from my previous Wolf winder, so I tried that, thinking that maybe it was the power source. Nope. Still nothing.
Then I started noticing stuff...the unit appeared to perhaps be used, or maybe factory refurbished. There were fingerprints and smears on the chrome parts, and it had not even been out of the box 30 minutes. Some of the fabric covered parts had spots and faint stains.
The winder was sold as (allegedly) new on Amazon for $647, so finding that it not only did not work, but was dirty too? No, thanks.
We are returning this, and will be purchasing one of the winders that I SHOULD have bought in the first place, but was too cheap to.
Lesson learned.
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9e6eaeb8) out of 5 stars Beautiful and works great! June 14 2013
By M. DELIA - Published on Amazon.com
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I own this winder as well as the single watch version and they are both very good quality and function well in my experience. They accommodate large watches. I also own the ACCURATIC
"The Expandable Automatic Watch Winder" ACC-W1BKBK. I was given the Accuratic as a gift and there is no comparison. The Accuratic is good but it will not accommodate large watches and wound up scratching the edges of my leather band on my Edox Grand Ocean Watch that barely fit inside. I would rate the quality of the Wolf as a 9 out of 10 and the Accuratic a 7 out of 10. The Wolf's green LED light blinks slowly when the unit is on. The Accuratic's LCD screen is very difficult to see once the backlight goes off after a few seconds. I can't easily tell if it's ON and just between cycles like I can with the Wolf while it's not turning but ON. The Accuratic is also making a very low clicking sound one time on each turn. The Wolf is practically silent. Wolf's customer service was great in my experience with them. Look for these being sold by Amazon's Warehouse Deals for some great deals on opened box or damaged packaging. I DO NOT WORK FOR WOLF, ACCURATIC OR AMAZON.

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