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I don't know how to wind the watch....can you help?


WIND AT THE SAME TIME EVERY DAY. This is extremely important. In order to ensure that your watch keeps good time it must be wound at the same time every day. Most people like to do this at night before bed.
WIND ALL THE WAY. The watch must be wound all the way, or it will slowly lose the proper time and require constant resetting. Also, if not wound all the way, the watch may stop keeping time earlier than expected.
WIND IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION. Most European watches wind clockwise when the face of the watch is pointing towards you. Determine which way your watch winds, and stick to that direction. To figure this out, try to turn it both ways. The wrong way will either be extremely loose, or extremely tight.
Tips & Warnings
Keeping your watch clean and free of dust and dirt will also add to its longevity.
Contact the watch's manufacturer for any special and/or specific care methods.
Don't under or over wind you watch. When you start to feel resistance, STOP.

Aug 17, 2010 | Watches

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Hi my tag heuer monaco has stopped working but when i wind it to the correct time it starts again for a while, what is wrong with it


I'm sure its an automatic - next time it stops do not set time just shake it and see it if starts again - automatics need to be worn most of the day to last during the night

Mar 04, 2010 | Tag Heuer Watches

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Watch stops or loses time every time i wear it.


normally automatic watch need to wear at least 8hrs in a day ,then it works for next 30hrs.if it stops or loosing time, it indicates that needs service with lubrication .

Feb 23, 2010 | Navy Seal Luminox Dive Watch

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My wifes recently repaired Rolex loses about an


Is it an automatic self wind or wind up? An automatic watch has a weight that winds the main spring and if you wind it by the crown it will not stop. If its one that you wind by hand then the watch should be wound daily at the same time...like right before bed or when she wakes up. Wind gently until it stops. That costly repair should come with a warranty so if she consistently winds daily and still loses time you need to send it back!

If the watch is an automatic then she can gently hold the watch in her hand and rock it back and forth a good 20 times or so and that will give it a good winding! This is a common issue we see at our watch repair business. Some people do not move enough during the day to keep an automatic movement wound. If thats the case then there is nothing ong with the repair, just make sure it gets a good daily wind! :-)

Jan 10, 2010 | Rolex Watches

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Analog hands lose time when worn.


This is usually a indication that the minute hand is slightly loose on its pinion. This requires that the hand be tightened, so that it does not slip. Best left to a watchmaker.

Nov 23, 2009 | Casio AMW320R 1EV Casual Sports Watch

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My seiko stops overnight but works during the day


if the watch is solar power it may not be getting enough to last through the night. if it is battery powered it may just be stuck when in certin postion like upside down or somthing

Jun 03, 2009 | Seiko Kinetic watch

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Bulova Watch Millennia Motion 96B17 - stops - needs battery????


Dude, of course it stops during the night - it's a perpetual motion / kinetic watch. It doesn't have a conventional battery. When you move your arm (while wearing it), the natural motion of your arm will 'automagically' wind the watch. There's nothing wrong with it - these types of watches always have to be re-set in the morning if you don't wear it to bed (or you don't toss and turn in bed).

May 30, 2009 | Bulova Millennia World Time 98G66 Wrist...

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Rolex watch stops only when I wear it


Kristy,
Stress won't affect your watch's timekeeping ability, but position will. When you lay the watch down at night, in which position is it? Also, during the day, is your arm in a static position for long periods of time? A Rolex chronometer (like the Datejust) should run approx. 36 hours after being fully wound -- without any movement. If the watch stops dead, then there is a problem with the movement and/or rotor. If it losses time, I'd bet on a static position problem. Let me know the answers to those questions and I'll try to help you get to the bottom of the problem.

Nov 06, 2008 | Watches

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