Question about Watches
Your guess is right- watch is winding clockwise only. If you wind it anti-clockwise, the clutch weel gets disengaged and watch do not wind, so, you can do that as long as you like- nothing will happen and no harm to watch will be done.
6 times mean the movement of your thumb and forefinger with watch crown between them for 6 consecutive times. 2 times is as good as well.
And there will be no any clicks or sounds as the mainspring of watch is designed not to brake, but ease itself if overwound, so, no need for any alarming sounds.
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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