Question about Invicta Automatic Watch
I received an Invicta automatic watch recently and it keeps stopping. Especially when I'm sitting. I've wound it manually for what I thought was a good amount but it still keeps stopping.
How many rotations of the winder do I need to make for this thing to be fully wound? Or for how long approximately do I need to manually wind it so that it won't stopped when I'm working on my computer.
You can wind this watch until it is snug. If it does not continue to run during normal wear then you should have the watch looked at. The swing weight or main spring maybe malfunctioning. If you can return it under warranty that would be best.
Posted on Sep 18, 2009
I have to guess that you have a 21-jewel Miyota movement (it should say on the 1/2 moon rotor visible through the watch's case back), since you are able to wind it? 30 to 40 good size 1/2 turns should give it enough reserve for most of the day. Also keep wearing it even after winding it. It should start to perform more consistently...if it does not, then you may have a faulty watch.
Posted on Mar 09, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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