Glad to see this.This is not really a good thing to do in my view, as it places unnecessary wear on the crown and case tube, and also on parts of the movement that may not be designed to take this sort of constant wear. Some movements can tolerate hand winding better than others.
Why do you feel the need to keep the watches running all the time? Unless they don't have a quick set date, or have complications that would be difficult to reset, I would suggest letting them sit when not being worn, or maybe get a winder.
I've usually just let my currently, unworn automatic watches sit and then, when I am going to wear them, wind and reset.
I had been told by some friends that, this was not good for automatic watches and that they need to be kept running to keep them in good shape. Sounds like I don't necessarily need to invest in winders.
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