Question about Black Watches
Black skeleton limited addition self winding
I have no idea of the value.
You say that it's self-winding, but that you don't know how to wind it? Just wear it - the movement of the arm and wrist winds the watch. If the watch is fully wound down then it may take a while for the watch to have enough power to restart. Some automatics will allow you to wind the watch in the normal way with the crown.
Posted on Oct 22, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Regulating a wristwatch
I would not recommend that you regulate the watch yourself. The risk of damage is too great.I would be happy to regulate it for you. This is a service that I offer my customers free of charge.you pay only the exact shipping costs. Donald McPherson CW21
I would not recommend that you regulate the watch yourself. The risk of damage is too great.I would be happy to regulate it for you. This is a service that I offer my customers free of charge.you pay only the exact shipping costs.
Donald McPherson CW21
Posted on Oct 11, 2007
Sorry for your Rolex....
In any case you will not be able to to repair watch yourself as it takes skilled man and special tools to do the job.
It is NOT common that the winding rotor is making a noticeable noise, unless you bought second hand watch.
1st cause can be that the rotor fixing screw is loosened and the rotor is touching caseback whilst in move. Then you are the lucky one as the only thing to do is to tighten it properly.
2nd cause can be that the ball bearing is too worn, bridge screwws are loose, rotor axis worn and so on and so on. In this case you may need some part replacement and much more complicated work must be done. As the outcome it will take more time to repair and you will pay more money.
Posted on Dec 17, 2008
until it begins to feel just slightly taunt,Do NOT over wind a wind-up wrist watch, if its a self winding you should just have to walk in it to wind it. here is a link to a pdf of your manual which has winding procedures, Good luck Jon click here
Posted on May 21, 2009
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