Like the thread title reads, this is a basic question. I am not as familiar with the Miyota 9015 as I am with other movements. I know the 9015 is an automatic movement, and yes, I know automatic movements can be hand wound. However, some autos (like the ETA 2824-2) do not do well with too much handwinding. Is the Miyota 9015 equally good with both? That is to say, if I treated the 9015 like a handwind movement (letting it run down and winding it back up as needed) would it damage anything over time?
When handwinding the Miyota 9015, it feels much more solid that my ETA 2824-2. It reminds me of my ETA 2804-2, although it has less recoil, for lack of a better word. This signals to me that it is hardier than the 2824-2 when it comes to handwinding. But is it?