The Benson Black Series watch cases are part of the luxury Black Series collection, which also the luxury watch winders are part of. The Benson Black Series watch cases are handmade of the most beautiful materials. The luxury look is the result of a beautiful mix of wood and stainless steel. The watch cases are available in three sizes, for 8, 12 and 16 watches, and in four colours; black, carbon fibre, white and macassar. When you want the best for your watch collection, you choose a watch case from Benson Black Series.
Benson Black Series WB.8.17.MA
|Suitable for||8 watch(es)|
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Review by Mr. Aldaiel from Dhahran
Order date: 21-7-2017 at 11:48 PM
Thoroughly impressed with the quality of the watch winder! Very silent operation, runs smoothly at set intervals so it doesn't strain the motors unnecessarily. I Checked the accuracy of the watches every few days, and everything seems to be in order. 900 TPD seems to be the ideal speed for most of modern watches. The quality of the cabinetry and finish is top-notch. No rough edges whatsoever, the lacquer finish is perfect. One issue I noticed is the light button's touch sensitivity in my unit. It's not very responsive, I tried swiping the button, pressing it lightly, pressing it hard, it works every 5 or 6 presses but unreliable. Mostly likely a fault in my unit or in the capacitive/touch sensor. One thing I did find awkward, but doesn't qualify as a major issue, is the way watches are secured in the holder. There is a spring the compresses so that you can fit the watch over the velvet pad. The spring is very tough to compress and trying to fit the watch, secure the clasp, and keeping the unit compressed is a bit of a hassle. Also the spring's tension is very high, so it's somewhat likely that vintage bracelets could suffer stretching between the links seeing how much force the spring exerts against the watch case. Might be an issue, might not. Just an observation.