Fully Wound Movements

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Fully Wound Movements

av8r51
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March 24th, 2012, 7:04 pm #1

Does anyone actually know how to tell if a 3000 and 2002 movement is fully wound without the luxury of a power reserve indicator? I do not detect any appreciable change in the feel while winding or detect any audible change i.e. clicking noise, while winding--signs I've been told to look for. Perhaps I haven't given them enough turns... I guess I could conduct my own tests but really too lazy and would rather ask,Ha!
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dukerules
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March 24th, 2012, 7:21 pm #2

and you can't wind any further.


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av8r51
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March 24th, 2012, 7:34 pm #3

Does anyone actually know how to tell if a 3000 and 2002 movement is fully wound without the luxury of a power reserve indicator? I do not detect any appreciable change in the feel while winding or detect any audible change i.e. clicking noise, while winding--signs I've been told to look for. Perhaps I haven't given them enough turns... I guess I could conduct my own tests but really too lazy and would rather ask,Ha!
I think these movements as opposed to the ETAs have some sort of clutch mechanism that prevents an overwinding...just what I've been told and if that is the case, one would not encounter significant resistance...Again, if anyone has any specifics regarding a ballpark figure for fully winding either of these two movements, I'd love to hear it...Thanks again.
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dukerules
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March 24th, 2012, 7:47 pm #4

Does anyone actually know how to tell if a 3000 and 2002 movement is fully wound without the luxury of a power reserve indicator? I do not detect any appreciable change in the feel while winding or detect any audible change i.e. clicking noise, while winding--signs I've been told to look for. Perhaps I haven't given them enough turns... I guess I could conduct my own tests but really too lazy and would rather ask,Ha!
The p3000 in my 372 gives resistance when fully wound. I don't know that this is the case with the 2002, but at any rate there should be a clutch mechanism that prevents over winding. My 372 takes about 200 half winds to fully wind when stopped.


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av8r51
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March 24th, 2012, 8:22 pm #5

Re: Clarification
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March 24th, 2012, 8:23 pm #6

The p3000 in my 372 gives resistance when fully wound. I don't know that this is the case with the 2002, but at any rate there should be a clutch mechanism that prevents over winding. My 372 takes about 200 half winds to fully wind when stopped.


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Thanks. Excellent response.
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Angelus8day
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March 24th, 2012, 9:29 pm #7

Does anyone actually know how to tell if a 3000 and 2002 movement is fully wound without the luxury of a power reserve indicator? I do not detect any appreciable change in the feel while winding or detect any audible change i.e. clicking noise, while winding--signs I've been told to look for. Perhaps I haven't given them enough turns... I guess I could conduct my own tests but really too lazy and would rather ask,Ha!
For a 2002 movt, you will hear a clicking sound whe you get to the "end". The crown will continue to wind/turn, but you won't be winding the spring in the barrels anymore. If you hold the watch to your ear when you wind, you will hear the clicking...happy winding!
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March 24th, 2012, 10:34 pm #8

Thanks for the info. I probably wasn't winding it enough to hear the "clicking". As a ballpark figure, how many winds for a completely stopped watch until fully wound or "clicking" occurs?
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March 25th, 2012, 12:47 am #9



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