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Watch anatomy - the parts to know

Parts of a watch - Watch anatomy - buyers guide men´s watch

Case:
The case is the metal housing that contains all various parts of the watch. Söner by Sweden: Stainless Steel.

Dial:
The face of the watch that shows the time using various markers and indicators.

Quartz:
Quartz watches are another name for electronic watches that utilize a battery to and run the watch.

Luminous:
Luminous creates a glow in the dark coating to the respective indicator allowing them to illuminate automatically in a darker environment.Söner by Sweden: Luminous markers and hands.

Water-resistance:
The atmosphere is what indicates the water-resistance of a watch by measuring the normal air pressure at sea level.Söner by Sweden: 5ATM.

Strap:
A leather bracelet that wraps around your wrist keeping the watch in position.

Analog watch:
An analog watch showcases the current time utilizing hour and minute hands rather than a liquid crystal display.

Sapphire glass:
Sapphire crystal is an exceptionally hard transparent material used as the glass for high end watches.

Crown:
The knob on the outside of the casing which is used for setting the time.
Söner by Sweden: Genuine Leather.

Hands:
The hands indicate the time of the watch. Typically an hour hand, minute hand & second hand.

Lug:
The part of the case that connects the strap.

 

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