Automatic Chronometer T610 | 4 Styles - Classy Men Collection
Automatic Chronometer T610 | 4 Styles - Classy Men Collection
Automatic Chronometer T610 | 4 Styles - Classy Men Collection
Automatic Chronometer T610 | 4 Styles - Classy Men Collection
Automatic Chronometer T610 | 4 Styles - Classy Men Collection
Automatic Chronometer T610 | 4 Styles - Classy Men Collection

Automatic Chronometer T610 | 4 Styles

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Automatic chronometer T610 

The T610 series consists of golden watch strap combined with a colored dial. The watch operates fully automatically and doesn't require a battery to run. The sufficient power reserve of 30 hours will easily get you through the day. Natural hand movement will keep the watch going and, if necessary, it can be easily manually winded. The classic watch design is what makes the T610 series a great choice for a classy gentleman. As additional features, the watch is 3 ATM water resistant and the dial is made of Hardlex, an anti-scratch material.

  • 1 Year international warranty
  • No battery needed 
  • Water resistance: 3 ATM
  • Weight: 103g
  • Power reserve: 30 Hours
  • Dial diameter: 38mm 
  • Case material: Stainless steel 
  • Case thickness: 15mm 
  • Time accuracy: +/- 20 Seconds a day
  • Window material: Hardlex mineral glass 
  • Movement: Automatic self-wind 
  • Band material: Stainless steel 
  • Band width: 18mm  
  • Band length: 19cm 

Maintenance of a hand wind watch

The Automatic Chronometer T610 is an automatic self-wind mechanical watch, which means that it doesn't require a battery. Hand-wound watches need to be winded before use. After the first winding, the watch will keep moving and winds itself automatically from natural hand movement if used at least 8 hours during the day. 

How to wind a hand-wound watch? 

  1. Pull out the crown
  2. Screw the crown anti-clockwise to the current time
  3. Push the crown back
  4. Turn the crown clockwise until you feel the resistance (about 10-15 rounds)

Stop winding the watch when you feel the resistance. If you overwind the watch, the spring might break.


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