Once you receive the mechanical watch:
Pull the crown away from base of the watch and turn the crown clockwise until reaching the exact time.
Winding the watch:
Push the crown back into place along the base of the watch and winding up the watch clockwise rotation till you feel tight.
Hunter-case pocket watch
A hunter-case pocket watch (“hunter”) is the kind with a spring-hinged circular metal lid or cover, that closes over the watch-dial and crystal, protecting them from dust, scratches and other damage or debris. The majority of antique and vintage hunter-case watches have the lid-hinges at the 9 o’clock position and the stem, crown and bow of the watch at the 3 o’clock position. Modern hunter-case pocket watches usually have the hinges for the lid at the 6 o’clock position and the stem, crown and bow at the 12 o’clock position, as with open-face watches. In both styles of watch-cases, the sub-seconds dial was always at the 6 o’clock position. A hunter-case pocket watch with a spring-ring chain is pictured at the top of this page.
There is an intermediate type, known as the demi-hunter (demi hunter, half hunter or half-hunter), in which the outer lid has a glass panel in the centre giving a view of the hands. The hours are marked, often in blue enamel, on the outer lid itself; thus with this type of case one can tell the time without opening the lid.
★ Excellent craft & skeleton style
★ Vintage figure with crystal magnifying glass face
★ Modern hunter-case pocket watch
★ Pendent pattern & mechanical
★ Nice gift for your father, your family or your friends