The issue – the "body" of the clock. It contains the movement and joined the band at their ends.
Mark – the clock where the hands and hour markers putting them on.
Hand in hand – the hour hand, minute and second hand keeps time.
Corona – round crown to adjust time, day, date, and movement.
Crystal – the glass covering the dial. Sapphire comes in a plastic or glass.
Bezel – the round, ring exterior that seals the case.
Ears – the two pointed edges that attach to the bracelet on both top and bottom of the box.
Bracelet – or the band, is the part that wraps around the wrist. It is usually made of stainless steel or gold.
End Piece – the small metal piece that allows the cuff be attached to the cause.
Spring Bar – A pin containing the bracelet together.
Link – each link is the bracelet and can remove or add to suit one's wrist.
Parts Rolex – Rolex not manufactured parts are not counterfeit Rolex logos or identity.
Arbor – the axis than a cog in walks.
Baguette – ladies style watch with a thin rectangular or oval.
Spring Balance – controls the oscillation balance.
Bubbleback – term used to describe early Perpetual Rolex models, due to the thickness of procedure used to accommodate the movement large.
Chronograph – In addition to the standard time transport, but also performs a timing function as a stopwatch.
Divers' Extension – an extension of the hinge into the bracelet watch, bracelet that allows to be extended to adapt to suit divers wet.
Quick Set – this feature allows the date to be quickly set via the crown, without the needle of the hours go by 12:00.
Hidden closure – closure buckle is hidden under the links of the bracelet, bracelet appears to have a continuous and fluid.
Hallmark – a mark or stamp indicating the purity metal, or date, and / or country of import.
Mainspring – the mainspring of a clock that provides the power of movement to the gear trains.
Perpetual Motion – another term for an automatic or automatic movement, this movement causes a weight inside the watch to rotate back and forth what keeps him in constant tension.
Serial number – an identification number of the guard, usually between the print blocks, this number can often be used to date the production of the clock.
Sweep Movement – refers to the movement of the second hand rapidly 'tic-tac "in about 5-8 times per second, giving the illusion of sweeping.
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