Second setting out is time change, bi-directional. First setting out is clockwise for date change and counter clockwise for day change. If this js what you are asking.
We were probably typing at the same time..Now that makes sense!! I think you are right! Haha
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I think I found it your movement is based on a 2836 which is based on a 2824..maybe this will be of some help
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On a related note, I asked the AD where I bought my two Hamilton’s on whether or not I should obtain a watch winder (they also sell watch winders as well) and he informed me me that there was too much hype about the winders (mostly from the watch winder industry) and advised me not to purchase one, and just make sure to wind my watch at least once a week if it had stopped to get the lubricants moving.
Tell them you have a watchwinder with 3 settings( CW, CCW, & Bi-directional) and how many TPD (turns per day)... It requires.So I emailed Hamilton and this was their completely non-responsive reply:
Thank you for your email. The standard practice for our timepieces is to wind it clockwise about 40-45 times then wear it as it works with he movement of your wrist. Kindly note your power reserve as well if it's not an everyday timepiece for you.
Should you have further questions, feel free to give us a call at 1-800-234-8463.”
I guess I’ll call...