This automated watch winder automatically winds my favorite watch!
I rarely wear a watch, I just don't remember to put them on any more. My favorite watch is a self-winding one and when I did go to put it on it has always stopped. I never remember to set the watch until I actually tried to use it, and then it is too late.
I decided to try one of these self-winding gadgets, and it works. Once a day the mechanism spins the watch in the correct direction for about 5 minutes. The watch stays wound and my superlative chronometer with a perpetual movement keeps moving.
I use the app Emerald Time to set my watches to an atomic clock.
[Newly Upgraded] Versa Automatic Single Watch Winder with Sliding Cover via Amazon Read the rest
I keep a tin of binder clips in the kitchen, on my desk and in my tool bag. They come in all kinds of handy!
I didn't think I'd be writing a love song to binder clips today, but they just come in so amazingly useful. I clip ziplock bags to the side of my sous vide vessel. I clip bags of chips shut. I can use large size clips to hold shoes together as I'm gluing them -- and small ones on more delicate projects.
Binder clips have been used to hold trim and moulding in place as I glue or hammer it back up, after my dogs ripped it off the walls. Binder clips have held my scuba mask's strap, and acted to guide hoses and hold them in place all over my BCD.
There are 100s if not 1000s of uses, like clipping papers together.
Staples Binder Clips, Assorted Sizes, Black, 60-Pack via Amazon Read the rest