Orbita Sparta 1 Mini Watch Winder - Rotorwind

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About Orbita Sparta 1 Mini Watch Winder - Rotorwind

Overstock. The smallest -- and most silent! -- of the Rotorwind collection, Orbita's Sparta 1 mini watch winder is powered by a quiet AC motor and handsomely finished with a textured, faux-leather exterior.

Specs about Orbita Sparta 1 Mini Watch Winder - Rotorwind

  • Material: Composite, faux leather
  • Weight: 1 lb. 7 oz.
  • Dimensions: HxWxD: 4-1/8x4-1/8x5-3/4"
  • Made in United States of America

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Reviewed by Mark Twain from World Traveler on Tuesday, July 8, 2014
The Sparta 1 Mini works flawlessly...it is easy to use (a no brainer) just remove the 'Cup' the watch cushion and then with your watch bracelet or strap in the closed position, squeeze the cushion flat side up and insert it into your bracelet or strap and center it on the cushion (doesn't have to be... Read More
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  • Question “Where can you I get replacement power adapter s for these?”

    Asked on 8/7/2015 6:45:05 PM by Max from Los Angeles
    • Answer We do not have information on where else would sell this item or the accessories. We apologize for the inconvenience.
      Answered on 8/12/2015 3:37:40 PM by Product Specialist Greg from Company Headquarters
    • Answer 1.) http://www.orbita.com/

      2.) http://www.orbita.com/support/operating-information/

      3.) The Sparta 1 Mini runs continuously; meaning it does not have an 'ON' / 'OFF' state (not to be confused with an on/off switch). The motor rotates for approximately 180 degrees then the 'torque shaft' aligns with the rotor drive and drives the rotor/cup for another 180 degrees until 'gravity takes over and the cup swings freely "Winding your Watch" until it runs out of inertia and then the process starts all over. I timed mine and it takes approximately 10 minutes for a full cycle, which equates to approximately 650 TPD (turns per day).
      So to answer your question; no it does not rotate your watch continuously, it rotates your watch through 180 degrees over a 5 minute period, then it swings for about 1 minute and then rests for 5 minutes until the torque shaft engages the rotor drive again and the cycle starts over.
      Be sure you wind your watch fully before placing it on the winder the first time.
      It cannot over-wing your automatic watch. Be advised it does get warm inside the winder; this is normal (it’s an electric motor).
      Answered on 12/8/2014 6:19:41 PM by Mark Twain from USA