CIMIER winding parameters


  • «CW» - Clockwise winding direction;
  • «CCW» - Counterclockwise winding direction;
  • «Both» - Combined mode (Clockwise + Counterclockwise);
  • «» - Undefined;

1924 AutomaticETA 2836-2Both650
1924 Automatic Limited EditionBoth650
1924 HalftimeETA 2836-2Both650
1924 The WindowETA 2836-2Both650
1951 AutomaticBoth650
1951 RetrogradeSoprod 9094Both650
1951 Watch-TVETA 2836-2Both650
1961 Automatic ChronoCW800
1961 Seven Seas ArcticaETA 7750CW800
1961 Seven Seas NeptuneETA 7750CW800
1961 Seven Seas SextantETA 7750CW800
1961 Seven Seas SkipperETA 7750CW800
1961 Seven Seas WindroseETA 7750CW800
Baracuda ChronoCW800
Big Matic Unitas 6497-1CCW500
Seven Seas BaracudaCW800
Seven Seas Blue MarlinBoth650
Seven Seas Blue Marlin Day DateBoth650
Seven Seas SextantCW800
Spirit of BaarBoth650

If you could not find your watch model (or caliber) in this table, you may determine your CIMIER winding mode on a trial basis. You should select the combined winding mode (CW+CCW) and the minimal number of turns per day (TPD). Then place your watch into the winder and check after a few days how accurate your watch shows the time. If it runs behind, it is necessary to increase the number of TPD by one step.