It’s that time of the year where you spend more time trying to think of a gift for the man who has everything, rather than actually going out and buying it – so today there’s something that may just make that task a little easier. A few weeks ago, the guys at Barrington Watch Winders sent me a little gift in the post (thank you so much) and it’s time I tell you all about it.

The Barrington automatic watch winders are high quality, stylish accessories for anyone wanting to take extra care of their timepieces. It’s designed to keep your watch ticking, spinning the watch to keep charge. They work with all automatic watches, vintage or new, with adjustable settings for the perfect wind. It’s also ultra-quiet! I have this on all night and it doesn’t make a sound thanks to the Japanese motor. Whether this is on a shelf, table or dresser, the aesthetics of the design don’t fail to impress.


Time for the tech specs! 

Measures just 11.5cm (W) x 12cm (H) x 16cm (D).

Can be operated either by AC mains or two AA batteries.

Barrington ‘Jump’ feature allows multiple winders to be connected together via connecting cable (supplied) and powered from one AC power source.

Ultra-quiet Japanese motor.

Multiple rotation settings: clockwise, counterclockwise or alternating.

Multiple Turns Per day (TPD) settings from 650, 750, 850, 1,000 or 1,950 to suit any weight of the watch.



The Barrington Watch Winder is perfect for the gent who enjoys luxury watches or wants a new accessory to give his timepiece a little TLC. It’s a perfect addition to any bedroom or dressing room, with its stylish, elegant and sophisticated design.


A huge thank you to the Barrington for supporting this editorial.


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