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Seiko Presage Automatic Watch
Seiko
Presage Automatic Watch
€ 399.00
in stock.
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-20%
Hamilton Jazzmaster Lady Automatic Ladies´ Watch
Hamilton
Jazzmaster Lady Automatic Ladies´ Watch
€ 860.00  
€ 680.00
in stock.
SALE
-20%
Hamilton Red Bull Air Race Automatic Watch
Hamilton
Red Bull Air Race Automatic Watch
€ 645.00  
€ 515.00
in stock.
SALE
-35%
Mido Multifort Ladies´ Watch Automatic
Mido
Multifort Ladies´ Watch Automatic
€ 1,060.00  
€ 685.00
in stock.
SALE
-20%
Mido Baroncelli Ladies´ Watch
Mido
Baroncelli Ladies´ Watch
€ 1,210.00  
€ 965.00
in stock.
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-23%
Tissot Chemin des Tourelles Ladies´ Watch Automatic Swiss Edition

about Automatikuhren


Automatic watches are mechanical wrist watches, in which the mainspring is wound up by a rotor through arm-movement of the user.

The mainly ball bearing mounted rotor will be more stationary when the watch is moved, through gravity and its mass inertia, so that a moment of force is exerted onto the winding up mechanism. Usually the mainspring will be wound up by movements in both directions (bi-directional). Through gyrating movement of the rotor, vertical to the axle, its own eccentricity comes into effect. The rotor is usually formed as a half circle, so that its centre of gravity doesn’t overlap with its own axle. If the watch is moved, even slightly over its horizontal axle, the rotor will perform a 180° turn. If the watch is fully wound up already, a so called bridge (a friction clutch) will prevent an over winding of the mainspring.
Automatik watches are  mechanical watches with the spring being wound by a rotor, which rotates when the wearer moves his arm

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