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Thread: Any reviews for Boxy winder? Need help on Cape Cod also..

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    Default Any reviews for Boxy winder? Need help on Cape Cod also..

    Intending to get 1 for both mine and my wife rolex. Understand that the TPD should be 650 while Boxy lowest TPD is 672, will the xtra 22 TPD be of any issues?

    And for cape cod, what the advantages and disadvantages of using it?


    Many thanks in advance for all information/advises.

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    Wearing your watch on the wrist would most certainly generate more than 1,000 TPD on average.

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    Sorry to tag on your thread rogue_trader...I too am interested to know about any review or feedback on the boxy winders, the brick stacking really appeals to me. Save some space to compared to the Wooden Box type design.

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    I bought this http://www.brookstone.com/4-pack-aut...oducts|675918p and has been using for more than a year. No complains and work as expected. It's a rebranded Boxy winders though but much cheaper.
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    Hi I have been using Boxy for more than 2 years. It works as advertised and the advantage is that you can stack them up, so you can use one A/C adaptor to power up to 4 units. Mine are local set with warranty. I have used other more expensive brands before, but the Boxy design is space saving and the price is reasonable too.

    For Cape Cod, I understand that it is an abrasive surface which removes metal. So I am not sure if its something you want to use on a daily basis as the watch may have different finishing (e.g. brushed with different grain directions/shiny).

    Quote Originally Posted by rogue_trader View Post
    Intending to get 1 for both mine and my wife rolex. Understand that the TPD should be 650 while Boxy lowest TPD is 672, will the xtra 22 TPD be of any issues?

    And for cape cod, what the advantages and disadvantages of using it?


    Many thanks in advance for all information/advises.
    Last edited by grafite1976; 16-02-14 at 10:30 PM.

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    I am using the Boxy winders as well and to date, no issues. I also like the fact that they have 3 different tpd speeds which can be adjusted for different watches.

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    I am 2nd year into using my boxy winder. no regret.
    I own a Rolex !

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    It work great for 2 years. ** has good deal for boxy winder

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    Been using it for about 4 months. So far so good. Small and compact. Save space.

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    i have one for around a year, no issues with it.

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