- Specialized Chips and Electrostatic Motors with Super Strong Life Force -
OEEA developed and produced specialized automatic watch winding box chips in 2001 and specialized super quiet electrostatic motors for automatic watch winding boxes in 2004 to seamlessly integrate high technology into traditional craftsmanship.
In the OEEA automatic watch winding box system, there are red sandalwood automatic watch winding boxes with traditional Chinese mortise and tenon structures, high-gloss piano lacquer automatic watch winding boxes with international standards, genuine leather automatic watch winding boxes, leather automatic watch winding boxes, colored paper automatic watch winding boxes, and even automatic watch winding boxes using traditional Chinese lacquer.
In the production of each product series, our artisans always adhere to the spirit of sincerity and craftsmanship to make each automatic watch winding box product perfect.
OEEA Automatic Watch Winder Box 2003.
OEEA automatic watch winding box's adjustable watch pillow can accommodate any size of watch.
- Red Sandalwood Automatic Watch Winding Box with Traditional Chinese Mortise and Tenon Structure -
The most representative of OEEA's automatic watch winding boxes is the customization of a red sandalwood automatic watch winding box with a traditional Chinese mortise and tenon structure.
The features of the automatic watch winding box with traditional Chinese mortise and tenon structure are durability and resistance to the aging of the conventional internal fabric lining. As the years of use increase, the watch winding box will become more and more unique to the owner and blend with the owner's personality. Each red sandalwood OEEA mortise and tenon automatic watch winding box requires nearly a month of meticulous polishing by our artisans. Therefore, if you want to customize your own personalized automatic watch winding box at OEEA, you need to have patience.
Mortise and tenon structure is the integration of the wisdom of ancient Chinese traditional woodworkers. Mortise and tenon refer to the joints in traditional woodworking and is a method of joining two or more components. The protruding part in the component is called mortise (mortise head, also known as a shoot), and the recessed part is called tenon (tenon eye, also known as the tenon mouth, mortise eye, etc.).
- High-Gloss Piano Lacquer Automatic Watch Winding Box with International Standards -
High-gloss piano lacquer automatic watch winding boxes are popular internationally. The main feature of high-gloss piano lacquer surface is that it is not afraid of scratches and is smooth like a mirror. Each high-gloss piano lacquer OEEA automatic watch winding box takes 45 days to complete.
- Leather Automatic Watch Winding Box -
The primary feature of our leather automatic watch winding box is its suitability for daily use.