You know what we’ve not reviewed in quite some time? A watch winder? Used to be, I was all about those (and reviewed quite a nice one here). Well, I’d started simplifying, and just got in the habit of cycling through watches to try and keep the pivots lubricated, without undue wear on the movement. Long story short, when Mozsly reached out, I was ready to check out a compact option.

What is it?

The Mozsly Single Watch Winder is, well, a single slot watch winder that can be daisy-chained together with other single winders (from Mozsly), allowing you to use just a single plug on the wall. It’s also a rather simple winder, controlled with switches on the back of the box (pictured up above).

Basically, once you turn it on, you’re deciding if you want clockwise, counter-clockwise, or alternating rotations occurring with that first switch. The second one, that controls how many turns-per-day (TPD) that the winder will execute:

  • I:650TPD, running time 3 minutes 28 seconds, rest time 56 minutes 32 seconds continue to cycle.
  • II:850TPD, running time 4 minutes 28 seconds, rest time 55 minutes and 32 seconds, continue to cycle.
  • III:1050TPD, running time 5 minutes and 28 seconds, rest time 54 minutes 32 seconds, continue to cycle.
  • IV:1250TPD, running time 6 minutes and 28 seconds, rest time 53 minutes and 52 seconds, continue to cycle.

What we like about it

First off, I really liked how compact the Mozsly Single Watch Winder. Past that, the power options are just excellent. Of course, it can be plugged into the wall, and you have an adapter for that. But the cord you plug in? It’s just a simple USB-A connector at the wall side, so you can power this from anywhere you’ve got your charging station setup, or even from your computer.

On the other hand, you can also go completely wireless, and just pop in two AA batteries, and let the winder do it’s work. This is perfect if you’re tucking the winder away in a piece of furniture, or want it display your watch somewhere where you can’t easily run power.

I also really liked the cushion that is used to hold the watch in place. Most commonly, these are spring-loaded affairs that feel like they’re putting a lot of pressure on the bracelet, strap, or spring bars. Here, it’s a firm cushion that you’re tightening the strap around, that is then wide enough to hold the watch steady once the winder kicks in. I used it primarily while I was reviewing the Vesuviate Attivo Chrono, and I did not notice any slippage or movement.

Finally, I just liked how quiet the Mozsly Single Watch Winder actually was. Sometimes I’d catch movement out of the corner of my eye, but that was my only signal that things were running. I couldn’t hear it unless I got super close to the winder, which means this is a solid option for a winder in your bedroom or office.

How can you get one?

Well, that’s easy. They’re available directly from Mozsly, either in the single-slot like we reviewed, or a double-slot winder. The single slot is $89.99, and comes in a variety of finishes. If you want, you can also pick up additional pillows for the winder, as well as a spare motor (which is the first I’ve seen a winder company offering that). Check out all your options directly at

UPDATE: Mozsly now has their own blog, which you can check out here

Tech Specs from Mozly

  • Dimension: 4.4 x 6 x 4.4inch
  • TPD Modes: 12
  • Material: Metal
  • Suitable dial diameter: ? 52mm
  • Suitable Strap Length: 6.5 – 9 inches
  • AA Battery Powered
  • AC Powered
  • Warranty: 3 Years

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Last Update: June 3, 2024