Townsman Automatic Brown Leather Watch

$219.00
$153.30

Townsman Automatic Brown Leather Watch

SKU ME3110 ME3110
$219.00
$153.30
$49.00
$219.00
$153.30

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Product Details

Sku: ME3110
Case Size: 44MM
Movement: Mechanical Automatic
Platform: Townsman
Strap Material: Leather
Water Resistance: 5 ATM
Case Color: Silver
Case Material: Stainless Steel
Dial Color: Blue
Strap Fashion Color: Brown
Interchangeable Compatibility: 22MM
Strap Width: 22MM
Closure: Strap Buckle
Strap Inner Circumference: 200+/- 5MM
Battery Type: No Battery
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FAQs for Mechanical Watches

1. What are mechanical watches? How are they different from automatic watches?

Mechanical watches have two types of watch movements: automatic and hand-wound. With over 50 precision engineered microscopic parts working in sync, these timepieces are intricate works of art. Mechanical watches do not need a battery to function

Hand-Wound movement is completely mechanical and is powered by winding the crown clockwise on a daily basis.
Automatic watches wind automatically by harnessing the energy produced by the wearer’s movements. This means the wearer does not need to wind the watch every day.

2. Why are mechanical watches more expensive than normal quartz watches?

A mechanical watch is a precision engineered watch with over 50 microscopic parts working in sync. These timepieces are intricate works of art and is a must in your wardrobe of watches

3. Do I need to wind my mechanical watch?

In case of an automatic watch, no winding is required.

In case of mechanical hand wound watches, winding is required once a day. Additionally, it is important to not wind past the point of resistance as you may damage the main spring

4. What powers my mechanical watch?

Mechanical watches are powered by mechanical energy being released from a wound mainspring.

5. Will my automatic watch stop working if I don't wear it?

If not worn, the automatic watch can keep ticking for upto 35 hours, if fully wound. Post this duration, it may stop. To start it, simply wear it again and adjust the time. However, it is advisable in this case to manually wind the watch to build the power reserve quickly.

6. What should I do if my automatic watch stops working?

To start the watch, simply reset the time and wear it again. It is also advisable to manually wind the watch to build the power reserve quickly.

7. Will the watch show accurate time?

You may gain or lose a few minutes per month and may need to adjust time periodically.

8. How long can my 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.