It brings a new meaning to an active lifestyle watch.
I’ve never had a micro-rotor and your expertise helps a lot. Thank you 🙏
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The force is strong with this watch!
FYI, in my experience with this watch is that the micro rotor isn't very efficient. There are some days where I'm very active (20,000 steps a day walking all over town) and the watch still stops in the middle of the night as if I wasn't very active. Hopef...
Winding issues and the watch stopping are one thing. Losing time generally refers to the accuracy of the watch, not because the watch stopped. Is yours losing time due to an accuracy issue or is it losing time because it's stopping? The watch needs over 2...
Thank you Patrick, that explains a lot.
I actually put it on my winder overnight and then wore it all day yesterday, let it sit last night and it is running perfect this morning without a problem so your detailed response explains everything. Thanks again mate.
Watch requires a lot of activity.
According to the technical specifications of the BVL 138 movement. The watch needs 2170 revolutions of the rotor in a clockwise fashion in order to stay wound! That's a lot! Most watches are 800-1200. Thus, 2170 is far above average. And a micro rotor is ...
This one is the most difficult micro rotor I've seen. Meaning it needs the most activity. Much more than even the Piaget and the Patek Philippe 240 caliber. Neither of those require 2000 revolutions per day.
Love mine and it's been through lots of daily wear and water fun. Mine auto winds fine btw.
It truly is
I tried it on at a boutique in Paris, and it has been on my mind ever since.