depends on how active you are? if you are a couch potato - it may never get fully wound up (its all in the spring - automatics do not have a battery)...anyway - if the mako is that fast that may be the problem...from my limited experience the monster and the mako run faster when not fully wound....:-!
If the power reserve has run all the way down, I just swirl my Mako for about a minute or so, put it on, and go. If you aren't going to wear the watch, 3-4 minutes of swirling is probably enough to get a full wind. The rotor moves very easily, so it doesn't take a lot to wind it up.
WatchUWant-if your Mako is running fast, try resting it on its side (crown up or down position) when you take it off.
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