Orbita Avanti 36 Automatic Thirty-Six Watch Winder – Rosewood & Carbon Fiber


Orbita Avanti 36 Watch Winder – Rosewood & Carbon Fiber



The Avanti Series winding system from the brand Orbita is an ideal storage cabinet to display, wind and store your timepiece collection. Featuring a tempered glass door fitted with invisible Soss brand hinges with a concealed key and lock to secure your wrist watches. The Orbita Avanti Collection is made from exotic macassar woods finished with high gloss veneers and carbon fiber trim accents. The interior is lined with soft velour suede with optional storage drawers and weighted pedestal base to provide stability.  Engineered with a low current draw-drive motor that is extremely quiet and features turn screw mounting cup rotors to place your watch within, on removable soft touch compressible cushion.

The Avanti 36-unit Programmable watch winder utilizes a micro-processor with five winding cycles that moves clockwise, counter clockwise and bi-directional. Choose your winding program located behind the rotor heads powered by an A/C power adapter.  A central power switch activates the winders but individual levels can also be turned off when not in use. Available in several sizes with two winding systems, our patented Rotorwind version or the Programmable option.

Customizable to your lifestyle, the Avanti Series is housed in modular cabinets available in three cabinet heights: 36″, 50″ and 65″; accommodating desired number of watch winders and accessories. Choose from several sizes with biometric safes, storage drawers in an array of choices including pen storage, digital atomic clock, jewelry case and coin displays.

Dimensions: 50.0 H x 22.0 W x 15.0 D

As an AUTHORIZED DEALER, we guarantee this item is quality made in the USA product with a full 2 year factory warranty.

Additional information

Weight250 lbs

Programmable, Self Programming "ROTORWIND"


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