I assume you are speaking about the manual winder part of the prentation box that comes with watch.
If so it is not made by Orbita but by some other company in Belgium.
Unfortunately, it a very poor design and has several features that should have been rethought!
The most serious is the "prong-like" head that fits over the crown. It is metal instead of a plastic material or coating. It fits poorly on the crown of the watch, altough interestingly enough it fits the crown of the Lange Datograph perfectly
I had to file the prongs down a bit to get it to fit. And even then, it tends to skip which risks scratching the crown.
Furthermore, because of the skipping over the teeth on the crown, the winder does not keep the watch wound for more than about 5 days. It was a disappointment to see winder work so poorly. I took it apart to see how it was constructed and tried tweaking the parts to get them to work, but it the results were inconsistent.
I personally do not use it and manually wind the watch. The only time I do use it is when I'm going away for a few days and won't be able to wind it myself.
If you can afford it or really needed have a detailed look at the Orbita winder.
VC tells me they understand the problem in theirs and I did have some email conversations about it with Dominique Bernaz. We'll see if they redesign it to work properly.