You’ve probably seen several watches whose description reads: gold bezel, steel case, engraved dial, etc … even sounds like something super sophisticated, and maybe it is, but if you do not know what they mean those terms, you never know really what you are buying, so we took on the task of clarify you those unknowns.
It is the central structure on which is built the clock. Its interior is all engineering that enables a more precise movement. Their shapes are varied, but the most prevalent are square, rectangular and circular.
Also called needles, indicate the passage of time (hours, minutes and seconds). They are subject to the center, this way they have the same reference point when turning. Continue reading “The anatomy of a clock”