Raymond Weil Freelancer 2710-ST-20001

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    Raymond Weil Freelancer 2710-ST-20001

    Hey

    I recently bought one of these watches and I usually don't wear my watch at the weekend so I want to wind it manually then so that it doesn’t stop. However I am a little concerned about overwinding it, I am pretty sure you can't as it will slip when it is fully wound, but I would like to confirm that just to be sure? and also how many turns should I give it?

    Thanks for your help :)

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    Re: Raymond Weil Freelancer 2710-ST-20001

    30 - 40.

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    Re: Raymond Weil Freelancer 2710-ST-20001

    Quote Originally Posted by Watchbreath View Post
    30 - 40.
    Thanks for your reply, am I right it thinking it can't be overwound? :)

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    Re: Raymond Weil Freelancer 2710-ST-20001

    With most modern watches, no, but be careful after 30.
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    Thanks for your reply, am I right it thinking it can't be overwound? :)

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    Re: Raymond Weil Freelancer 2710-ST-20001

    Quote Originally Posted by Watchbreath View Post
    With most modern watches, no, but be careful after 30.
    OK, thanks very much.

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