Question about Cartier Pasha W3103755 Wristwatch
This watch has an automatic winding mechanism - one in which the mechanism of the watch is powered by the movement of an excentric situated inside the case which winds the spring. You can actually see the excentric moving in the back crystal cap.
You actually can't wind this watch by hand. The mechanism stops immediately after you put the watch down because the spring isn't winded - that is a mechanical fault, the spring has failed.
You must take the watch to a good watch repair shop to have the spring replaced. This will be quite expensive.
Posted on Oct 08, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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