self-winding


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designed so that manual winding is unnecessary

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The watch includes a refined self-winding movement with 30 rubies, blue screws, perlage and Cote de Geneve finishing.
The result is an ultra-thin self-winding perpetual calendar wristwatch equipped with a complex movement re-engineered to integrate an ultra-thin case, perfectly fitting under the sleeve of a shirt and endowed with a refined dial design enhancing visibility.
The 45 mm Excalibur case--distinguished by a solid caseback, fluted 18k pink gold bezel and matching crown, all fastened by a matching blue alligator strap--houses self-winding Calibre RD 821, which comes with a 48-hour power reserve.
the world to have successfully manufactured a self-winding chronograph movement.
Entirely at ease in all situations and with any style, the Overseas black dial model comes in two versions: An understated self-winding three-hand watch and a chronograph.
Many watch brands were interested in this newly popular domain, developing many technical innovations, such as the first watches with a volume option (loud/soft) or with self-winding movements.
The time pieces feature automatic movement and are self-winding with a power reserve of 48 hours.
The rose gold Aquanaut, with its distinctive diamond-studded case and hypoallergenic high-tech composite white strap, has a self-winding mechanical movement, while the water resistant, white gold Nautilus recalls the shape of a ship's porthole.
Handcrafted from 18-karat rose gold and powered by the self-winding UN-815 COSC-certified movement, this Classic Collection timepiece boasts the characteristic accuracy of every Ulysse Nardin mechanical watch.
The supercapacitor they invented is charged by using electrolytes from biological fluids like blood serum and urine, and it would work with another device called an energy harvester, which converts heat and motion from the human body into electricity--in much the same way that self-winding watches are powered by the wearer's body movements.
Inside there's an automatic/ self-winding movement with a 48 hour power reserve.
Abraham-Louis Breguet invented many of the standard components of today's most prestigious watches, earning the title "The Father of Modern Horology." The self-winding watch, the gong spring, the first shock-protection device, and the enameled dial--all were created by Breguet.
Summary: At the heart of the watch is a sturdy openworked HUB1155 self-winding
Lock keepers' cottages were also brought back to life and locks were automated rather than relying on the old self-winding mechanism.
At its heart is the Co-Axial calibre 2635, a self-winding movement with a 45-hour power reserve.