What are the various watch buckle and clasp types?
Clasp (also called deployment clasp): This clasp folds under the
bracelet or watch strap and does not release the strap into two
Clasp (also called butterfly clasp): Folds the sections under the watch
band to make the bracelet appear as an uninterrupted chain.
Tang Clasp: A buckle with a hook, the tang that fits into a hole on the watch strap.
Jewelry Clasp: A hinged hook that folds over a bar to secure the watch band.
What are the Watch Movement type?
Quartz: Quartz watches use a battery in conjunction with a piece of quartz to create a pulse that powers the movement. Automatic: Automatic watches whose mainspring is wound by the movements or accelerations of the wearer's arm. Some automatic ...
How to keep your watch moving?
Watches need surprisingly little maintenance considering what fine instruments they are. By following a few rules of upkeep, you will keep your watches in good working condition for years. Have mechanical and automatic watches checked by a ...
What are the Watch movement origins?
Most watch movements are designed and manufactured in Switzerland or Japan. Traditionally, Swiss watchmakers set the standard for quality, especially for mechanical movements; however, since the 1980s, Japanese-made movements have caught up to the ...
Bodying Watch Clinic (Watch's Repair) Policy
Bodying products are 100% genuine and brand new. Most are guaranteed for at least 1 year from the date of shipment (Seller’s Limited Warranty). Warranty length is displayed on the product page. This warranty is valid only at Bodying Watch Company. ...
What is the definition of a Swiss watch?
Like Champagne, Bordeaux or Port, certain products have stringent standards (based on location or quality) that must be met before carrying a particular designation. The Swiss have several organizations to ensure the integrity and reputation of Swiss ...