If you want to wind your Rolex Milgauss, take it off your wrist first because winding a Watch when it is on puts pressure on the inner movements.
Rolex Milgauss's crown has to be unscrewed from the case before it can be wound.
The crown can now be pulled out to the winding position after it has been released from the threads.
1. Which way do you wind a Rolex Milgauss?
The way you wind a Rolex Milgauss is clockwise. Wind up the watch mainspring by rotating the Rolex Milgauss's crown about 40 times clockwise. Anti-clockwise will not wind the Rolex Milgauss movement.
2. Can you wind a Rolex Milgauss backwards?
A Rolex Milgauss won't wind up if its winded backward, but it won't damage the movement either.
Rolex Milgauss owners have wound the watch backwards by accident and are concerned that it will harm the watch. The watch will not be damaged if it is wound backwards (anticlockwise).
3. The winding crown of the Rolex Milgauss does not have a point of resistance
There is no mechanical resistance when winding a Rolex Milgauss, unlike a classic mechanical watch.
When winding a Rolex Milgauss, people who are used to classic manual winding watches may get confused by this. Some are unsure of when to stop winding a Rolex Milgauss and wait for a point of resistance on the cown that never appears. Rolex Milgausss can be wound fully in forty clockwise rotations.
4. Ensure that the crown is watertight by screwing it back on
When you have finished winding the Rolex Milgauss and setting the time and date, screw in the crown and tighten it back tight to the case. Rolex Milgausss must be kept waterproof in order to remain functional. It is not waterproof to wear a Rolex Milgauss that has an unscrewed crown.