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I don't know the type of movement that watch uses but you should at least get a full day out of it. If it is an auto movement you shouldn't have to worry about over winding. The fact that it is skeletonized helps. Wind the watch till you see the main spring become solid. No gaps in the coil. Should be between 30-40 turns. Then set the watch down and see how long it runs. Moving it slightly backwards just once should not have affected it.

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