I firmly believe that the first purchase mechanical winding watches of mechanical winding watches can be a rich experience. Buying a watch should always be a fun experience, especially if you are buying it for the first time. It should be something that makes you proud, letting you wear it every day and inspire your interest. The history of mechanical winding watches dates back more than 400 years, and they have evolved from spring-powered timepieces. They are special because they are neither powered nor battery powered. There is no need to replace the battery, and many watches run for about 40 hours in full wind. The mechanical watch provides high quality and precise timing through proper maintenance. Although automatic watches mechanical luxury watches are part of the mechanical watch range, their wounds are different. All mechanical watches must be manually wound. The automatic watch is self-winding, and when you move, the mainspring is wound inside the rotor. When the power reserve runs out of the automatic watch, it can be manually wound. The mechanical watch requires some windings to prevent the power reserve from running out. Many models of mechanical watches provide a power reserve indicator to help track the wind. So where does a person start? If you have the first mechanical winding watches on the market, you should remember this simple rule: you should buy it because you like it and it will make you happy. Don't worry about buying watches based on other peoples claims. This is where it started, frankly, not mechanical swiss watches the more important thing. Every potential buyer has their own personal qualities in the watch. For example, brand names may be more important than some peoples case size or dial color. For others, the quality or complexity of the sport may outweigh the name on the dial. As long as the watch shows a smile on your face, you are on the right path! Now, I want to provide some useful tips during the purchase process. First, do your homework. Know your understanding of your watch (or watch) before making a decision. Look at what others think of this mechanical winding watches. Find out what the industry thinks about this. There are many resources on the internet to view watches every day. When you have settled in, please visit your local authorized dealer and try to watch. I can't tell you how many times I've heard "it looks better/different/ worse than online images." You can also determine your view of the size of the watch. Believe me, there is a huge difference in the wrist between the 40 mm case and the 43 mm case.