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    How much strain does it put on the crown to wind your watches regular , like everyday say, does it do the crown threads any harm or anything like that? What do you think guys?

  • #2
    Doesn't bother the crown or the crown threads on a screw down crown. The problems start with winding watches such as the ETA 2824, where the crown connects internally to the movement. Auto watches aren't made to be constantly wound - that's why they're autos. If you need to keep several up to date on time for a rotation, you should invest in a winder that handles multiple watches.
    TKite,
    Hydronaut

    I need a new watch

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    • #3
      Originally posted by TKite View Post
      Doesn't bother the crown or the crown threads on a screw down crown. The problems start with winding watches such as the ETA 2824, where the crown connects internally to the movement. Auto watches aren't made to be constantly wound - that's why they're autos. If you need to keep several up to date on time for a rotation, you should invest in a winder that handles multiple watches.
      I will get a winder i should of got one ages ago !

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      • #4
        PS Actually i do have a winder but its only for 1 watch.

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        • #5
          Yes, from what I have seen of your collection, it's time to up your game. Maybe a 3-5 watch winder
          TKite,
          Hydronaut

          I need a new watch

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          • #6
            Originally posted by TKite View Post
            Yes, from what I have seen of your collection, it's time to up your game. Maybe a 3-5 watch winder
            Yep i have a lot of watches !

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