Question about Watches
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
As I can see from the picture here:http://www.etica.ch/banner/AU9101.jpg your watch do not need a battery as it is automatic/selfwinding mechanical watch. There are two push buttons on the side. One of them is for month setting and another one for day setting. Use small pin or ball point pen to push them. Try both and you will see which one is for the month and which for the day setting. Push repeatedly until the desired month and day is set. Date in small window can be set by winding crown. Pull out crown half way out and set the date, then pull out crown further out to the time setting position and set the correct time. Push the crown back in and wind it back and forth at least 15 times to start the watch going. Before you start any of adjustments, set the time to 5.30 (am or pm - doesn't matter). It will prevent accidental damage of day/date/month mechanism. Rate me, plz.
Posted on Feb 28, 2010
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SOURCE: Winding an Etica AU700503
This watch is automatic and should not need winding although some can be wound by hand.
If there is no option to wind it up then gently shake it from side to side (turn it over and you should be able to see the weight rotating and winding up the watch).
It may take some time to fully wind the watch. If the weight does not move the it is faulty and should be returned to the maker.
Posted on Apr 07, 2010
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