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Tissot Classic-T Automatic 111 Watch - Help With Winding Please!

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moggie 939 | 08:04 Fri 07th May 2021 | Technology
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This watch is automatic but needs manually winding if off wrist for a day or so. The instn booklet gives 3 postions on the crown (it is the day/date model) and says pull out to position 1 to manually wind but this does not seem to work!

Position 1 alters day/date - position 2 stops second hand and 3 alters time with hands. Have tried winding with crown completely in but that ddoes not work although 'shaking it. does start it again. What am I doing wrong please?
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Moggie

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"For automatic watches, turn the crown clockwise to position I (approximately ten turns). The automatic winding system then ensures it is fully wound."
08:14 Fri 07th May 2021
"For automatic watches, turn the crown clockwise to position I (approximately ten turns). The automatic winding system then ensures it is fully wound."
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Thanks for that davebro
Doing this also moves on the date BUT it also winds the watch as I can hear it!
Just need to adjust the date after winding. Seems a funny way to do thison the Tissot but it works! The booklet with watchwas not clear although it does say position 1
Thanks again
Moggie
all my autos wind on the first click out.
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Thanks for that - it worked but what confused me on the Tissot was that it also moves on the date! So I gave it 30 winds and it wound up nd came back to correct date! Very confusing after my Rokex
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