Rapport - The Optima Cogwheel W192


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Rapport - The Optima Cogwheel W192 watch winder

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About Rapport

Rapport was found in 1898 by Maurice A. Rapport. His skills lay in the manufacture of prestige timepieces
and it did not take long for the name of Rapport to become a household name in clock making throughout the world.
Rapport, utilizing the mechanical understanding of timpeices became a pioneer in the growing market of
Automatic Watch Winders. Back in 1980s their revolutionary winders with advanced mechanics to keep automatic
watches fully wound – and it was their craftsmen who made the cases come alive with the skill and expertise inherited from their clock making work.

Today the Rapport range of Watch Winders has gone from strength to strength, with more technologically advanced motor-drives and a wide range of styles and material combinations to choose from.

About Cogwheel Winders

The elaborate design of the following range of watch winders gives the appearance of machines built for some serious work – which indeed they do.
Cogwheel watch winders feature a central brushed aluminium drum which is turned by a series of precision machined, polished brass cog-wheels.

The impressive looking mechanism is driven by Rapport’s Optima motor and bears the same controls to keep your watch running accurately at all times. 


The Optima Cogwheel 

Features the Optima mechanism and leather covered clip on which to mount the watch.
The central drum has a magnifying glass window to allow a clear view of the watch width.
The impressive looking mechanism is mounted on a craftsman constructed, wood base finished with eight layers of hand applied lacquer.

Wood base with polished Ebony finish.

Size: 185 high x 290 wide x 170mm deep 
Weight: 3.5kg 


MSRP: US$1830


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