thanks diver88, just iam after a watch winder,but it looks as if it winds clockwise and anti-clockwise so should be ok.thanks diver.mick
I don't have a P.O. but my Omegas both wind "clockwise" by rolling the crown forward about 30 or 40 turns or untill I hear that faint "click" sound.
now I don't know what anybody else does but I was told to turn clockwise, then turn it back, then forward again while I'm winding. this "back and forth" motion might keep something lubricated? while you're winding, some folks just wind forward (clockwise)..
hope that helps...
hi ZIN,and diver,iam not sure if you understand my question.i was wanting to know which way the watch is charged on you wrist clockwise or anti-clockwise with the automatic movment the reason being iam after a watch winder and some only go in 1 direction.sorry if i was not clear.i know that some watches charge, wind clockwise and others anti-clockwise.thanks mickEssentially you can wind both ways but I think most folk wind clockwise Mick.
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thanks ZIN i might do that,i did find it once on some web site but cant find it now searched and searched,thanks anyway mick.Ummmmnnnnn :001_unsure: Pal
Why don't you give the Omega technical dept at Eastleigh a call? Perhaps a technician may be available to help. They may ask for a number so they can call you back when someone is free..... unless of course some of our technical experts here can help. :thumbup1:
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