Quickset vs
Non-Quickset Date

Quickset vs Non-Quickset Date

A quickset feature on a watch lets you set the date (independently from the hands) by simply turning the crown. You can also change other features on the watch more rapidly by solely turning the crown.

On the other hand, on a non-quickset watch, you must turn the crown, rotate the minute and hour hands continuously, and advance past midnight until you reach the desired date.
Although this adds a little extra work on your part, many of these magnificent watches are well worth the effort and let you appreciate the craftsmanship a little more.

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