1. Select our factory on case for OEM design.
2. Send us similar images including case/dial/strap for OEM design.
3. Only by send us your brand idea and future brand style,our brand operation Team help for OEM design.
The fast OEM design is 2 hours,by sign NDA your design will be well protected.
1. Normal for our standard packing,200pcs/ctn,ctn size 42*39*33cm.
2. Or use box(paper/leather/plastic),we suggest one CTN G.W not over 15KGS.
1. Look at the movement
Automatic watches are powered by the movement of the wrist and do not require batteries. There are two types of movements to consider when choosing an automatic watch: mechanical and automatic. A mechanical movement is the traditional method of powering a watch, while an automatic movement winds itself.
2. Consider the size of your watch
The size of the watch is important as it should fit comfortably on the wrist. Automatic watches tend to be larger than quartz watches due to the movement, so choose a watch that fits your wrist size.
3. Look at the characteristics
Automatic watches have a range of functions, from chronographs to moon phases to power reserve indicators. Consider the features you need and choose a watch that meets your requirements.
Our comprehensive services cater to your brand's unique requirements from inception to completion. Drawing upon our 15+ years of experience in the fields of design, R&D, and engineering, we are adept at providing effective solutions even for the most challenging of demands. Our emphasis on swift delivery of exceptional collections of high-quality watches underscores our ability to bring your creative vision to fruition. Our unwavering commitment to precision and customer satisfaction permeates every stage of our services.
Automatic watches are a popular choice for many watch enthusiasts. They uniquely blend traditional craftsmanship with modern technology to deliver accurate timekeeping, reliable performance and exceptional aesthetics. However, adjusting the speed of an automatic watch can be a challenge for some users. In this article, we discuss how to adjust the speed of an automatic watch to ensure optimal performance.
First, let's understand how an automatic watch works. Automatic watches use a self-winding mechanism that uses the movement of the wearer to power the watch. They have a rotor that rotates with the movement of the wearer's arm, thus winding the mainspring of the watch. This in turn powers the watch's movement and keeps accurate time.
Automatic watches have a balance wheel oscillator that determines the speed or frequency of the watch. The balance wheel swings back and forth, and the frequency of its movement determines the seconds, minutes and hours of the watch. If the balance wheel is not adjusted properly, the watch may lose or gain seconds over time, resulting in inaccurate timekeeping.
To adjust the speed of an automatic watch, you first need to determine whether the watch is going too fast or too slow. The easiest way to do this is to use a stopwatch or timer that can measure time accurately. Start the stopwatch or timer and count the number of seconds the watch gains or loses each day. A healthy automatic watch should not move or walk for more than 5 seconds per day.
For samples, the lead time is about 30-35 days.
For mass production, the lead time is 60-65 days
Days after receiving the deposit payment. The lead times become effective when
(1) we have received your deposit, and (2) we have your final approval for your products.
If our lead times do not work with your deadline, please go over your requirements with your sale. In all cases we will try to
accommodate your needs. In most cases we are able to do so.
We warranty our materials and workmanship. Our commitment is to your satisfaction with our products. In warranty or not, it is the culture of our company to address and resolve all customer issues to everyone’s satisfaction.