Parts Of A Watch 101

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Parts Of A Watch 101

Post by koimaster » March 7th 2022, 11:11am

Quartz movements. Automatic movements. Mechanical movements. Chronographs. Certified chronometers. Tourbillons. What does it all mean!? [And those are just some of the names for watch movements….]

Being the dapper fellow that you are, you know that a watch is an important item to own. No doubt you have one or more in your arsenal already.

But what are the differences between watches, especially those that make one more expensive than another? What maintenance is involved to keep your watch at its best? What should you know when shopping for a new timepiece?


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