MECHANICAL WATCH FAQ
1. What is the best strap? Fluorine Rubber or Silicone Watch Bands?
Our fluorine rubber watch bands make it easy to blend sophistication and sport. These durable watches are designed to move with you, from the gym to the beach to everything in between. compared to organic rubbers, silicone rubber has a very low tensile strength.
2. Do I need to wind my Automatic mechanical watch?
All of our watches are self-winding watches, also known as automatic mechanical watches. Under normal circumstances, a watch that is moving does not require additional manual winding. When the watch is not worn for a period of time, the watch will stop moving. At this time, it takes about 20 turns of manual winding. Additionally, it is important to not wind past the point of resistance as you may damage the main spring.
3. What powers my mechanical watch?
There are two types of mechanical watches: manual-winding watches and self-winding watches. All of our watches are self-winding watches, also known as automatic mechanical watches. Tt doesn't require a battery and is powered by an oscillating weight on the back of its movement. When you wear it, the oscillating weight will oscillate due to your movement, thereby automatically winding.
4. Would a 42mm diameter watch be too big?
Wishdoit Watches exclusively designs Tonneau watch for men. We make watches according to the wrist size of most men in the United States, if you don't know how to choose, you can follow us on instagram @wishdoitwatches, check our customer reviews and model pictures, or email our customer service firstname.lastname@example.org, we can give you better suggestion.
5. How long can my tonneau automatic watch run if I don't wear it?
The power reserve of the automatic watch can be upto 35 hours, if the watch is fully wound.
6. Does my tonneau men's watch luminous at night?
Yes, The tonneau watch luminous maintenance time is irradiated with bright light for half an hour, allowing the luminescent material within to absorb enough light energy to allow you to see the time clearly in the dark.
7. Can a tonneau mechanical watch touch hot water?
This is absolutely impossible. If you touch hot water, the movement inside of a new cool watches will be damaged, and a lot of fog and condensation will be generated.
8. What scene is tonneau watch suitable for?
It can be suitable for banquet or casual scenes, this tonneau men's watch is very distinctive and carries its manufacturing inspiration. It's valuable to wear it wherever you like
9. What does a watch mean?
A tonneau watch means a watch with a barrel-shaped case. Different from traditional round or square cases, Wishdoit Watches exclusively designs tonneau mechanical watch.
10. What should I do after receiving the tonneau automatic mechanical watch for the first time?
This basic mechanical table movement is required when the tonneau watch is must stand for a period of time after being wound in order to begin the internal operation of its mechanical system. Manually winding the automatic mechanical watch by grasping the crown with your fingers and twisting it clockwise for roughly 20 to 30 laps, as well as hand movement, will allow it to walk for 42 hours.
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