Watch Instructions

Our watches feature fully automatic movement but they will need to be set and reset depending on the amount of use they get. We highly recommend using a watch winder to simulate natural energy and to reduce wear on the mainspring.

Please Note: Failure to properly follow the instructions below may result in damage to your watch which will not be covered under warranty. For further details on what is and isn't covered under warranty, please visit our Warranty Page here.

Clerkenwell

 

Automatic Winding:

Please note that unlike most automatic watches, the Clerkenwell bridge movement is designed to charge on immediate wear and cannot be wound manually. It'll automatically wind once on your arm and the hands will start moving.

1. Setting The Time:

Pull the crown out and rotate it anti-clockwise to set the time. If the time is passed, continue turning the crown anti-clockwise until the correct time is set.

2. Complete Setup:

Push the crown in and rotate it clockwise once to finish setting your watch.

Farringdon

1. Manual Winding:

Unlike the Clerkenwell, the Farringdon must be wound manually before use.

Turn the crown clockwise approximately 30 times to wind fully. Avoid winding more than this to avoid unnecessary stress and damage on the mainspring.

2. Setting The Time:

Pull the crown out and rotate it anti-clockwise to set the time. If the time is passed, continue turning the crown anti-clockwise until the correct time is set.

3. Complete Setup:

Push the crown in and rotate it clockwise once to finish setting your watch.

 

Further Assistance

If you are having difficulties winding your watch or are unsure and need further assistance, our friendly support team is here to help!

Please feel free to contact us at any time by visiting our contact page or by using the chat box in the lower right corner.

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