Question about Caravell Bulova Caravelle watch
I have a 1965 (M5) Gold Caravelle self-winding watch. The automatic winder stopped working and the watch runs fast. I don't care so much about self-winding, but how do I slow it down? I tried adjusting a small dial in the case that points to "+" and "-" marks, but that does not seem to make a difference. Is this watch worth having a watch maker look at it? Thanks.
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I think if you have it repaired for sale it probably won't be worth the effort or expense. If the watch has sentimental or nostalgia value to you I think that is what would make it worth getting a good watchmaker to look at it.
Posted on Sep 19, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You need to push the pins out in the direction of the arrows. Then take out one link from each side. Put the pins back in the same way they came out, with the slot pointing the same direction as before.
Posted on Feb 26, 2007
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