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Rose Gold Dress Moon Phase Tourbillon Automatic Men’s Leather Band Wrist Watch
Gender: Men’s, Boy’sCase: Stainless steel, Rose Gold
Case back: Stainless steel, Glass,screw-down Dial: White, etched pattern, skeletal, Rose Gold Arabic Numerals,Moon Phase, Tourbillon
Hands: Luminous Rose Gold, solidMarkers: Circle, Gold
Strap: Leather, Brown
Clasp: Pin buckleCrystal: High strength glassCrown: Push/PullMovement: Mechanical Automatic Self-Winding
Water resistance: 3 ATMCase measurements: 43 mm wide x 43 mm long x 11 mm thick Approx.Strap measurements (Included the dial): 21.5 mm wide x 20mm long
How to use
mechanical watch power by winding spring manually or
self-winding (no need battery).
1. When you first wear it, please wind the watch by turning the
button on the side of the watch, until it is full.
2. By taking the button out slightly, you can adjust the time,
then push back the button.
3. If you leave it still for a long time, please swing it
lightly for a few minutes and wind-up by several laps. At this
time, it will work normally.
4. If still have any questions, please contact us first.
Hints and Tips:
. Fully winded, the power reserve of watch can reach 30-36
. If you wear it more than 10 hours per day, extra winding up
will not be necessary.
quartz watch with battery:
1. Please keep the watch away from magnet to avoid making the
watch stop working.
2. Please notice the quartz watch works with battery. Sometimes
may be run out of battery, pls try to exchange it and check
How To Set The Day & Date On An Analog
Digital calendar wheels (as opposed to analog
sub-dials) are the most popular form of displaying the day and date in watches.
The following are basic instructions on how to adjust the day and date on your
analog watch with either a date wheel or both a day and a date wheel.
First lets familiarize ourselves with the parts of the watch:
1. The Second Hand
2. The Minute Hand
3. The Hour Hand
4. The Date Wheel
5. The Day Wheel
The little nub sticking out of the right is the watch’s crown, which in most
modern watches is pulled out to a couple of positions to adjust the time. It is
important to note that in some vintage calibers (especially seikos) these
positions where sometimes found by pushing the crown into the watch as opposed
to pulling it. In other calibers (especially Orient) extra pushers take the
place of the crown position to move a wheel. The pull type positions marked in
the drawing above are as follows:
I. Zero Position.
This is the position at its innermost neutral spot. In non hand-winding winding
mechanical watches and in analog quartz watches, at this position the crown
would not be operational. if it is not of the screwed down variety, it would
could be turned in place and it would do nothing to the watch. In mechanical
hand winding watches, this is the position in which you would be able to hand
wind the watch using the crown (by rotating it in clockwise direction).
II. First Position.
To get to it, pull the crown outward until hear one click. In most modern
calibers, this is the position in which you would be able to adjust the date
and/or day wheels (depending one whether you watch has day and date or is day
only. Rotating the crown in one direction will advance on wheel and rotating it
in the other direction will advance the other. no you cannot turn the wheels
backward, so if you miss your point you have to cycle all the way around, so pay
III. Second Position.
To get to it, pull the crown (from neutral) until you hear a second click. This
is the position in which you advance the time. In watches with hacking (the
ability to stop the second hand), moving the crown to this position will hack
the movement. Turning the crown clockwise in the second position will advance
the hour and minute hand normally (clockwise). Rotating the crown
counterclockwise will cause the hour and minute hand to rotate backward
(counterclockwise). It is advisable that unless you have to or is required or
allowed (like in quartz) by your caliber, to avoid rotating the hands
Now that you know what all the parts are and how they work, lets set the time
SETTING THE WATCH:
Setting the time and day/date on your watch is something that most people do
together so this how to will describe the process for both. feel free to adapt
these instructions to your needs.
Wind the movement – If you have a mechanical caliber start of by winding it.
If you have a purely hand windable caliber, give it a full wind. if you have an
automatic that can hand wind, 20 or 30 turns of the crown should give you a nice
chunk of power reserve to get started (the movement of your arms will finish
winding it later). If you have a mechanical caliber that only winds with the
rotor, give it a few swirls with the dial face up, as if you were twirling a
brandy snifter. You don’t need to spend five minutes doing this. Depending on
the watch, 30 seconds to a minute will give you more than enough reserve.
Setting the Day and Date – First, pull the crown to the second position (yes
the one for the time). Advance the time to any place between 0300 and 0900. You
are doing this since setting the day and date between the period of change over
(roughly around 2200 to 0200 +/-) can cause you to damage the little gears in
the mechanism. to make sure we are safe, we advance the hour to a range where we
know no changeover occurs (any place in the arc between 0300 and 0900). Now that
you’ve done that push the crown all the way in to Zero. In watches that are date
only (no day wheel), pull the crown to the first position and advance the wheel
to YESTERDAY’S date (this is important and you’ll soon see why). Once there,
proceed to STEP 3 below. On watches with a day and date, pull the crown to the
first position and advance the day wheel to yesterdays day, and advance the date
wheel to yesterday’s date. It is important to note that watch day wheels often
contain a secondary language in which the days of the week are listed. Whatever
language you set the day to, that is the language it is going to continue
operating in. Don’t forget to take that into account. Once there, proceed to
STEP 3 below.
Setting the Time – Now that your date or day and date are set to yesterday,
pull your crown out to the second position and advance the time until you see
the date begin to change. Once the date begins to change you will either be at
midnight or close to it, which means that once you cycle the time past midnight
you will be in the watch’s AM cycle. Continue advancing the time until you set
the correct time for today. the day and date will by now have advanced or be in
the process of advancing to today’s date. If you are setting the watch at 0100
in the morning do not be alarmed if once you’ve finished setting the time, your
day wheel is not fully in the window. These things change gradually and you just
happen to have set the watch at a time when it is in the middle of its change
over. It will finish on its own. As you set the time, make sure to account for
AM or PM. If you are setting the time to PM, you will need to cycle the hour
hand one full turn around the dial in order to put it into PM mode.
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