The poster should know the basics that a new automatic watch should be hand wound and then worn on the wrist to continue the automatic winding. This basic fact is true from such top of the line automatic watches such as Omega, Rolex and Patak Phillipe to basic lower cost automatic watches. Leave the watch off your wrist for a few days even if you do all of the above and all automatic watches will stop working....
When I heard it was automatic, I was delighted as no batteries required. I have worn it now for about 6 weeks and only taken it off to shower etc.
I really like this little watch and find it very comfortable to wear, however it has been running a couple of minutes fast and I have had to correct it a couple of times.
Does anyone know how long it would keep running for, if not worn? ;))
One important thing you should know is that this watch is not battery operated - it is powered by movement. That being said, the next morning when I got up for my 10:30 meeting I noticed that the watch was at 9:00 and didn't think anything of it until 45 minutes later it was still 9:00. As I was running late to my meeting I wonder how this watch would ever function accurately unless one wears it to bed and then waves their arm around during their sleep. I'm sad it say I that I am very disappointed with this watch and hope to return it in the very near future.