WINDING YOUR RITZ & COMPANY CUSTOM AUTOMATIC TIMEPIECE
For the Ritz & Company custom automatic self-winding watch to function properly, the mainspring must build up a sufficient power reserve. Many people are unaware that a self-winding watch needs to be wound first manually before it will run automatically. This is called the initiation process and without this, your timepiece will never operate properly or consistently.
TO INITIATE THE WATCH, TURN THE WINDING CROWN IN A CLOCKWISE DIRECTION FOR ABOUT 20 REVOLUTIONS.
WHEN FULLY CHARGED, THE RITZ & COMPANY CUSTOM AUTOMATIC SELF-WINDING WATCH WILL LAST FOR 24 TO 30 HOURS WITHOUT ANY MOVEMENT
ABOUT THE RITZ & COMPANY SKELETON AUTOMATIC & AUTOMATIC SELF-WINDING TIMEPIECES
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Our self-winding timepieces are designed to gain power from the natural movements of the wrist, so manually winding it every day is unnecessary and you also do not need a battery. You do have to wind it to get its power started, and winding is also required when the watch gets low on power due to not being used for a period of time. Winding an automatic watch is achieved by turning the crown enough to jump start the power source, and then allowing the self-winding mechanism to work by simply wearing the timepiece!