Question about Kenneth Cole Chronograph Watch for Men
I seem to have to give the watch a couple of manual winds a day. Is that typical of this watch?
How can I know that the self-winding function is working?
Self winding watched should not need to be wound as long as they are being worn.
To tell if the self winding mechanism is working, hold the watch close to your ear (hold it vertical, as though it was on your wrist) and rock it gently. You should be able to hear a ratchet operating (a soft clicking noise).
I can't help thinking your suspicion about the mechanism having failed, sound very likely.
Posted on Jan 07, 2010
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