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Wood Pocket Watch
Wooden pocket watches Facts
About this item
1. SPECIAL PROJECT - a unique, high-quality copper and wooden casing. The burly dial with Roman numerals or Arabic Numerals, a special skeletal disc with a golden watch movement, looks very elegant, smart, vintage, and fashionable!
2. Precise mechanical movement means flawless attention to time. The 17-gem automatic movement with eye-catching hatch and Roman numerals looks retro and elegant.
3. Power your antique watch by turning the crown by hand, which tightens the mainspring and retains energy to keep it moving. The estimated power reserve for this movement is 24 hours. To maintain accuracy, turn the clock manually every day.
Our Watch Company provides the perfect gift for your love and family or yourself, the best Valentine's Day gift, a great Christmas gift, a birthday gift, a wedding gift, a Father's Day gift, a Mother's Day gift, etc. For a work environment that does not allow a watch pendant or a watch necklace, such as a chef or a nurse.
100% brand new, with excellent craft
Stainless steel body and alloy pocket watch chain
Elegant design with precise mechanical movement
The skeleton and transparent disk show the delicate movement and structure of the clock
Removable key chain with a clip at the end
How to use/set a mechanical pocket watch?
Once you have received the mechanical watch:
- Setting the time
Pull the crown away from the watch's base and turn the crown clockwise until the exact time is reached.
- Turn the clock
Slide the crown back into place along the watch's base and wind up the watch clockwise rotation by 10-15 turns. Power gets full (over winding gets, in the end, break the spring). Do this once a day (before bed). Otherwise, it stops working. Please do not turn the watch over if you feel that the crown is tight.
Mechanical watches are made to work under the pressure of a tight crown. It is normal for it to be tight and not to move easily. If the crown does not move at all, the watch may have been overwound, you will have to open it and release the pressure.
To do this, remove the back of the watch by unscrewing it with a screwdriver or similar tool. You will see a metal disc attached to the inside of the case by a spring and some screws; remove these screws and lift off this disc. Then you can turn the crown anti-clockwise until it moves freely again. This should only be done if you are unable to move it easily with your fingers – otherwise, leave well alone!
The winding is finished when you feel that turning clockwise is harder than counterclockwise (you can feel this clearly when turning with your fingers). The watch is fully wound when there is no more resistance in the crown.
The watch is supplied with a black leather strap. This can be changed for any other after-market strap by using a screwdriver to remove the strap pin and fitting your own choice of strap. The default strap has a butterfly clasp which makes it easy to take on and off, but if you prefer a traditional buckle, this can easily be removed with a screwdriver too.
There is an exhibition case back to show off the movement. This is a good feature, although I would have liked to see a sapphire crystal here too.
The hands and markings are luminous, which allows you to read the time in the dark. However, this only lasts for about 6-8 hours after a charge from any light source.
The crown has a pushdown function to allow you to change the date, which is unusual and quite nice.
How to Wear A Wooden Pocket Watch: The Rules And Tips
If you're looking to start wearing a pocket watch, or even just if you want to get a new one for yourself, here are some helpful tips.
Wearing a fob watch is very popular in Europe and North America. It started as a fashion trend and soon turned into an art form with its own style rules. There are different styles that appeal to men and women, each with its own aesthetic. Nowadays, though not as popular as it once was, the fashion is still alive and well!
The History of Pocket Watches
The pocket watch was introduced in 1819 by George Daniels, a British watchmaker. He invented the first reliable self-winding movement and created watches that could be worn on the wrist with ease. The pocket watch quickly became popular for its durability, precision, and practicality. It is now a part of men’s fashion and jewelry.
The Different Styles of Pocket Watches
There are different styles of antique pocket watches. Some, like the pocket watch on the right, are very ornate, with a lot of detailing and a lot of metal. Others are more simple and have fewer details, such as the one on the left.
The style you choose will depend on your preference. For example, if you like intricate designs but don't want to spend too much money or time making your own vintage watch, then you can buy one that has all the detailing already done for you. If you're looking for something with a more vintage or antique feel to it, then go for a more intricately designed watch with high quality materials and detail work.
How to Wear a Pocket Watch with Class
Wearing a pocket watch with class is something elegant that takes time to learn. It's important to learn the rules and practice them so you can tell time properly while wearing your new pocket watch.
-Your pocket watch should be worn on the left side of your jacket or coat, never in your right.
-If you have short sleeves, always wear a wristwatch on the inside of your wrist.
-Always keep it in good shape by having it cleaned regularly and replacing any parts that are damaged or missing
-Make sure to take care of it like a piece of art and make sure no one steals it!
-Wear it with pride!
Precautions and Guide to Pocket Watches
Before you start wearing an antique pocket watch, make sure to read up on the rules and precautions. There are certain things that you should avoid doing with your pocket watch. For instance, do not wear it while swimming or scuba diving. Do not wear it in strong magnetic fields such as MRI scanners and CT machines. And don't forget to clean your watch regularly!
To keep your watch running smoothly, here are some tips for regular maintenance:
- Clean out the watch case every few months to remove any dirt or dust that could damage the mechanism.
- Make sure to oil the crown every few days so it does not become stiff when winding the timepiece.
- After cleaning, put a small amount of dry lint-free cloth in a bowl with warm water, dip it in rubbing alcohol, and then dip it in dry lint-free cloth again. Repeat this process until all of the moisture is removed from the cloth and place it on your wrist to dry off before putting it back on your pocket watch.
Now that you're ready to start wearing your new pocket watch right away, follow these steps:
1) Before putting on your pocket watch, ensure that you have access to an appropriate sized shirt sleeve or long coat sleeve where you can slide the pocketwatch onto so that no metal will touch skin and cause irritation. 2) If wearing a shirt sleeve or long coat sleeve, first use one hand to hold up each side
There are many options when it comes to the style and size of the watch you wear, but what’s most important is that the watch be timeless and classy.
There are a few rules and guidelines when it comes to wearing a wooden pocket watch that you should follow.
A wooden pocket watch is a timeless and classy accessory that has been around for centuries. Whether your style is Victorian or modern, there are so many ways to wear a pocket watch with class, depending on the design you choose. There are a few rules and guidelines, but what’s most important is that you choose a design that reflects your personal style.