Embarrassingly enough - I just learned something new about the clutch mechanism in our Autos, and what a "Full Wind" really is. (To test the power reserve.)
Sometimes I hear people say, "dont worry, you cant overwind it." OK, but you can put significant wear in the clutch mechanism over time. How do you prevent this? What does it sound like when fully wound?
Also, regarding Power Reserve in our Autos: Is it possible that different calibres require more or less winding? For example, I just tested the PR in my two 2500 Omegas. 40 full winds, nor 50 will hold a full power reserve. It takes 60 full winds. However when it comes to the GO calibre 90, an expert told me that approximately 40-50 full winds will do the trick. (My defective GO is currrently being replaced.)
Your thoughts and experiences on both matters? Thanks