SWISS WATCH INT'L winding parameters


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

A7206 Classique 18K AutomaticSWI 90Both650
A7208 Classique 18K ChronoSWI 36Both650
A9240 Elegante Automatic Ltd EdETA 2834-2Both650
A9242 Elegante Moon Light AutoDD 9000Both650
A9243 Elegante Automatic Ltd EdETA 2824-2Both650
A9244 Elegante Chrono AutoDD 2025Both650
A9258 Automatic Chronograph Ltd EdETA 7750CW800
A9259 Automatic Chronograph Ltd EdETA 7751CW800
Automatic Chronograph - Stainless and 18K GoldSWI 18Both650
Classique 18K Automatic – A7206Both650
Classique 18K Chrono – A7208Both650
Day Date MoonphaseDDBoth650
Day Date Watch - Stainless and 18K GoldSWI 72Both650
Elegante A9240Both650
Elegante Chrono A9244Both650
Elegante Moon Light A9242Both650
SWI Feet DiverCW800
SWI Limited Edition Divers SeriesETA 7750CW800

If you could not find your watch model (or caliber) in this table, you may determine your SWISS WATCH INT'L 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.