The movements of automatic watches possess a metal pendulum, or rotor, that spins as the wearer’s wrist moves throughout the day. The rotor, which is connected to a winding mechanism and main spring, generates power when in motion. Unlike other … Continue reading
Water damage can cause pricey watch repair issues. Follow these tips to keep your watch high and dry: The most obvious tip is to keep your watch away from water if it is not water resistant! Do not shower with … Continue reading
You probably don’t give much thought to when you set your watch –if you notice that your watch is not showing the proper time or date, you set right away. However changing the date when your watch is showing between … Continue reading
Keeping your watch in a safe place when it is off your wrist is crucial to ensuring safety and ability to maintain a precise and accurate ability to properly keep time. When not wearing your timepiece it is important to … Continue reading
Most watches today offer some level of water resistance. Although no watch is truly water proof, some are capable of being submerged in water to various depths. To ensure that your watch will continue to perform as it should while … Continue reading
Keeping your watch clean is essential to maintain its appearance and value. By cleaning your timepiece twice a month, you can keep your watch from succumbing to the elements of everyday life. By following these simple steps you can help … Continue reading
Fine watches have either watch crystals made from synthetic sapphire, or tempered mineral glass watch crystals. Lower end watches may have plastic covering the watch dial. Mineral glass watch crystals are the typical watch crystal for a standard luxury watch. … Continue reading
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