Orbita’s Casetta watchwinder is now available with their patented Rotorwind System. The Casetta is available as a free-standing module or housed in a Brazilian Rosewood case with a high-gloss lacquer finish. The suede-lined cases are fitted with gold-plated quadrant hinges and a beveled glass viewing window.
The modules can be stacked vertically or placed side by side for multiple watches, and they require no external power – lithium batteries provide a guaranteed battery life of 5 years.
The module itself is covered in Camel or Black synthetic suede and finished with a brushed stainless steel rear panel. Inside a Swiss-designed ironless core motor initiates the oscillating winding action of the Rotorwind System, which is entirely self-regulating. Every 10 minutes throughout the day, the built-in microprocessor activates the servo motor causing the watch to swing back and forth for several oscillations, as if it were being worn on the wrist.
The Casetta Module measures 5-1/8″ square and less than 3″ in depth. Winding is activated by a rocker on/off switch on the front of the module. Each Casetta is warranted for two years.