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Hi there people of WUS! I am a newbie at this forum and also a newbie in terms of manual winding-watches. I recently got my NOMOS Tangente 35mm without the power reserve (I bought this watch to see if they are worth investing more money in and they sure look like a solid brand to invest on!). I am confused about how often/much I should wind my watch without damaging the internal movement. Any suggestions?
 

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Once per day, preferably the same time (e.g. wake up) until full - you should fell a small resistance telling you when to stop.
 

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Should be no problem. Wind it up since you feel resistance. That's the point to stop winding.
 

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Welcome to the forum. You've already established credibility with your selection of Nomos.

To your question -- just put it on a winder and don't worry about it. (newbie, right? just havin some fun)
 

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Thank you guys I guess I will be winding my watch when I wake up until I feel some resistance.
 

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To your question -- just put it on a winder and don't worry about it. (newbie, right? just havin some fun)
There are winders for manual wind watches.

 
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