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Re: Manual for Carrera Re-Edition Posted By:Gabriel Yeung Date: 12/14/07 09:30:15 GMT

In Response To: Re: Manual for Carrera Re-Edition (Greg Smith)

Glad there is so much info on this watch. Just bought it at auction and loved the way it looked. I didn't realize it was manual.

That's the Re-Edition model to have! Congratulations!

Do I turn it to the right or left as both demonstrate clicking when I turn it. How much can I turn it and how many days will this last?

I'd rock it back and forth personally. Power Reserve on a full wind should be in the 40-44 hour range... More than a day and a half, but less than two days.

Thanks so much,


You're welcome, Congratulations again!
-- Chuck

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