I have a bit of a collection of automatics, mostly Seiko, and a few Citizen Eco Drives. I wear them all in short rotations depending on my mood. Its a bit of a pain having to reset the automatics each time I swap watch however, I like the idea that they are not ticking away in a draw while they are out of rotation. I have this weird idea that if they are not running for 90% of the time they are going to last allot longer. The Eco Drives of course do tick away in their dark solitude. The question is: Will I prolong the life of my Eco Drives if I pull the crown when they are not in use. Does the whole of the mechanism including the electrical come to a halt is it it just a disconnect at the distal end of the drive train?