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Daring Android Watches for Fashion Aficionados

18th November 2011
In a world obsessed with new technologies, watches are an anomaly. The first watchmaker’s guild was established in Geneva, Switzerland in 1601. Personal timepieces were the iPods of their day. Every European gentleman simply had to have them. Entire citie... Read >
Author: Jennifer Payne

When do you need a watch winders

19th September 2011
The self winding feature of an automatic watch is set in motion by the moving of the arm when the someone wears it. Due to this fact automatic watches have to be kept in perpetual movement to keep them wound and working properly. Watch winder is important... Read >
Author: John9Hopes

How to reset your Mondaine Chronograph watch?

16th November 2010
Mondaine, the simple yet classic watches have become quite famous among people over the time. The brand manufactures the watches in a simple manner, but in a way that surely catches everyone’s attention thus making everyone preferring these watches over t... Read >
Author: Clyde John

How Does a Kinetic Watch Work?

14th October 2010
If you are not familiar with a kinetic watch, a kinetic watch does not have a battery. Instead, it runs off of power from the human body. Kinetic watches are sometimes called hybrid automatic and quartz watches, as well. Over the years, kinetic watches ha... Read >
Author: M. Ortiz

Why Does Movado Use Quartz?

11th August 2010
Due to their precision, many watch makers choose quartz movements, to power their timepieces. Quartz watches, like the ones made by Movado, work by utilizing an electric circuit, which is regulated by a quartz crystal. The crystal is crafted and placed pr... Read >
Author: WatchesOnNet.com

7 key guidelines for investing in a watch

17th November 2005
I 'm sure you have all heard of record breaking prices of vintage watches at auctions and are considering making an investment in watches. The phenomenal success of quartz watches in the seventies and eighties drove up values of old mechanical watches as ... Read >
Author: ian tham
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