Why can't the watch adjust the calendar at night

From 9 pm to 3 am, some watches are from 8 pm to 2 am, or from 10 pm to 4 am. For details, please refer to the user manual of each brand watch, a sharp corner on the calendar dial It will turn to the teeth on the inner side of the calendar circle and gradually drive the calendar circle to move clockwise. When a certain force is reached, the calendar fixing lever will be released, allowing the calendar ring to rotate clockwise by one tooth, and quickly jam the next tooth to fix the calendar ring. At this point, the automatic conversion of the calendar is completed. The calendar replica watches dial continues to rotate, repeating this process after 24 hours for the next calendar change.

The rapid adjustment of the calendar is to use the calendar quick adjustment gear to directly push the calendar ring to rotate clockwise. When the time displayed by the hands of the watch is not "between 9 pm and 3 am", the sharp corners of the calendar dial will not touch the inner teeth of the calendar ring, so there is no way to adjust the calendar during the day questionable.

But when the time indicated by the hands of the Cartier watch is "between 9 pm and 3 am", the sharp corners of the calendar dial have been in contact with the inner teeth of the calendar ring. At this time, if you use the calendar quick-adjusting gear to adjust, it may cause the gear to wear, or even break the gear, so that the calendar function of the watch is damaged.

However, even the design of the "elastic tooth tip" calendar dial still has spring stress, metal fatigue and other reasons that cause breakage. And most people don't know whether their calendar watches have a design that solves the restricted area of ​​the calendar, and even the senior shopping guides in specialty stores are not clear. Because the calendar components are hidden under the dial, they can only be confirmed after the replcia Rolex repairer opens the movement. Each manufacturer, each batch of movement may have a different design in the calendar part.