Operating your Orion

Congratulations on your new Orion! The Orion uses a mechanical movement which means it does not run on a battery. Instead, the movement is powered by a spring; this spring needs to be wound up to provide energy. There is a rotor that will passively wind your Orion just from the movement provided from being worn, though you can manually wind it by turning the crown. It's normal for mechanical watches to stop running after a day or two of being unworn, just wind it back up and you're good to go!

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