Manual Winding Watches (mechanical)

A Manual Winding Watch is a type of mechanical watch whose mainspring must be wound every day or two by turning the crown, to keep it running. Once fully wound, the watch will stay running for the specified amount of time, generally about 35-45 hours. This is the oldest method of powering a watch, and while much less common today, manual-wind watches are quite popular with those that appreciate traditional watchmaking methods. Unlike quartz watches that are battery powered and contain electronic components, mechanical watches have all mechanical parts.
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