Don't want to start thread for a question I have regarding mechanics of a watch and don't know where to post this for a quick answer regarding watch,so I figure I put it up to watch lovers here.:
What is the term for the feature of a watch whose date is set without having to "spin" or completely turn the time forward 24 hours to click the date one day forward; that is, I have a watch where I can pull on the crown about half way (actually feels less than half, but you get me) and turn the date without turning the time. I had another watch that lacked this feature. So whats the term for this feature and if you know, for the lack of it.
Sorry for convoluted phrasing. I know I have heard the term something or read it. Kind of hard using Google in this instance.
WarrenG's Datejust reminded me of my own. Got the itch again, and really would like to get an IWC Portuguese 7 day. Wife won't let me unless I get rid of something I'm not wearing to free up some funds. How much do you think a 2002 Rolex Datejust (white face, white gold fluted bezel, jubilee band) would go for? I'm the original owner, so it will come with box, spare links, and all documents. The condition is like new since I hardly wear it. thanks!
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