How do I wind my automatic watch?
You’ve chosen to buy a men’s automatic watch, but you’re wondering how to wind it? Don’t worry, we’ll give you some advice on how to wind your Beaubleu watch safely.
Why wind a men’s automatic watch?
Although they are automatic, this type of high-end watch needs to be wound as soon as it has not been worn for more than a day. This preserves your watch and keeps it running smoothly. By winding it regularly, you extend its life and precision, which is important when you own a timepiece.
How do I wind my Beaubleu automatic watch?
First of all, it’s very important not to have your men’s automatic watch on your wrist. Indeed, if you try to wind it while you’re wearing it, it will exert pressure on both the stem and the winding crown. As a result, you risk bending it, damaging the system of your high-end watch.
Place your Beaubleu watch on a flat surface to prevent it from falling off. Press the crown as close as possible to the case, then turn it clockwise. It will take approximately 30 turns to wind your automatic watch. A protection mechanism will prevent you from going any further once you’ve reached the end, to avoid damaging the system. Occasionally, this exercise slightly alters the positioning of the hands. If this is the case, don’t hesitate to adjust your watch to obtain the correct time.
In conclusion, it is very important to adjust your men’s automatic watch to prolong its life. Perform this exercise as soon as your watch has not been worn for a day, by pressing the crown towards the case and turning clockwise 30 times.
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