Watch Winders Omega

History of Omega

In 1848, at the age of 23, Louis Brandt opened a counter in La Chaux-de-Fonds, in the canton of Neuchâtel. His watch bears the mark "Louis Brandt".

In 1879, the two sons of the founder, Louis-Paul and César Brandt, decided to embark on the path of “American-style” industrial manufacturing. Due to the shortage of skilled labor and available space and opposition from competitors, La Chaux-de-Fonds did not seem to suit them. After considering several villages in the Jura, they settled permanently in Buena, in the canton of Bern, which was better positioned logistically (transport, labour, energy supply, etc.). In January 1880, they launched their first machined movement. The product was reliable and affordable, and it was an impressive success. From the second half of 1880, the company employed 250 people and launched the first brand. At the time, the company was working 59.5 hours a week, below the legal maximum of 65 hours. Ten years ago, the company became the biggest company in the Swiss watch industry, employing 600 people and producing 100,000 watches a year. The quality of the production is recognized by the Swiss Confederation and abroad.

I need a watch winder for my Omega watch ?

If you don't wear your Omega every day, consider putting it on a watch winder, because your Omega needs to be wound a certain number of times a day to fully wind the mainspring and extend its life.

A watch winder is a luxury device that maintains your Omega without worrying about winding it.

But if you wear your Omega every day, you don't need to put it in your winder.

Rotation direction for Omega

The watch winder must work properly to properly wind your Omega. It must be able to rotate clockwise, counter-clockwise and in both directions.

If your Omega needs to be wound clockwise, turning your watch counter-clockwise will not power it, so it will not be wound. To find out the direction of rotation of your Omega, you can follow our winding parameters for Omega.

Tours per day for Omega

The minimum number of revolutions an automatic watch needs to gain power often varies from day to day.

For example, most Omega watches require 800 TPD, you can check the winding parameters for Omega.

If you spin a Omega watch winder at 200 or 400 TPD, the watch will not gain any power and the watch will stop.

With an adjustable direction of rotation, you have all the possibilities to wind your automatic watch.

Temporalité de Paris watch winders

The watch winder for Omega by Temporalité de Paris is a luxury accessory made of the best materials to take care of your Omega watch.

Designed by our designers, our Omega watch winders are refined and dynamic.

We apply the same standards to our products as the most prestigious watch brands such as Omega. We know that precision is paramount, which is why all of our watch winders for Omega are assembled by hand.

For manufacturing, we only use high-end products so that our watch winders are durable. Our products are made with materials from the best countries like Germany or Japan, in order to provide the best service for your Omega.