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My wife Theresa started earlier this week resetting our clocks an hour back for the time change this weekend. Usually I will start changing the time on my timepieces, some this weekend and some before I wear them. What do you do? ....Bob
 

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I have turned off all my winders so that my autos stop. I have to do this in the fall so as to not harm the movements. I don't like cycling through 24 hours on every watch. I will then adjust them accordingly after they have stopped. My quartz pieces I will start adjusting tomorrow.
 

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Other then the 1 watch winder I have for my wife's watch I have no winders. So every day I just set them as I wear them. So time changes are no different I guess.
 

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Me too!

Adjust as I wear.

Between the watches, clocks, oh yeah, VCR I usually get everything readjusted about a week before the next time change. :q

Everyone needs a hobby.
 

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I just reset all of my quartz watches . . . pull the crown, and go back an hour, then re-sync with "Official Time".

Tomorrow, I will pull the crowns on the automatics, and let an hour run off, then wind them before they all go back on their winders.
 

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I one of my watch boxes in front of me at a time, while watching TV, and change every watch to the correct time. I do the same for all of my watch boxes but will stand in front of my winders. I also keep the correct time, with seconds, on my laptop screen so when I change them they remain accurate.
 
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