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Important Terms about Watches

Watches are very common accessories, valued by men and women alike for their aesthetic qualities and for their practical functions. You’re hardly alone if you need to buy or repair one. Below we’ll define different types of watches, as well as some terminology related to them.

  • Wristwatch – The most common type, they are worn on the wrist with the aid of a band. There are a great variety of wristwatches, often made specifically for men or women. Analog watches have mechanical hands that rotate around a clock face. Digital watches display the time on an electronic face.
  • Pocket watch – A type meant to be carried in a pocket, it usually comes with a chain made of gold or some other material intended to secure it in place. Though no longer as popular as they were in previous generations, pocket watches are still valued for their aesthetic qualities.
  • Skeleton watch – A type where the inner machinery is visible.
  • Stopwatch – A type that can measure the precise amount of time that elapses between the moment it is turned on (by pressing a button) and turned off (by pressing it again). They are often employed in sporting events.
  • Complicated watch – The term for a type that includes functions in addition to displaying time and date. Each additional function is called a complication. These additional features can include stopwatch capabilities and the ability to track lunar phases. Complicated watches, along with other types that have non-standard designs, are sometimes called unusual watches. Due to their elaborate design, they can be difficult to repair.
  • Diving watch – A water-resistant type used for Scuba diving or other water sports.
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    Tdc Jewelry
    406 W Half Day Rd, Buffalo Grove, IL 60089
    Diamond dealer and custom jewelry designer also offering watch repair. Our loose diamond prices are highly competitive, and we have a G.I.A.specialist on staff. Exquisite jewelry at several price points.
    (847) 913-5531
    Chicago Gold Gallery
    1236 W Devon Ave, Chicago, IL 60660
    If you're looking for a quality gold watch, stop by our shop today. We have a selection of timepieces that you'll enjoy. Our service and selection is second to none--stop by and see for yourself.
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    (773) 338-7787
     
    User Review: "I brought my jewelry and coins to several gold buying establishments and I must say the service , courtesy and prices that..." - G (IL)
    Swisstime
    5 S. Wabash Avenue, Chicago, IL 60603
    Sales of fine Swiss and German made watches such as Patek Philippe, Vacheron Constantin, JLC, Rolex and other top watch brands.
    (312) 957-8577
    Judi's Jewelry Counter
    410 Prairie Hill Way, Waterford, WI 53185
    (262) 565-7072
    Time Square Watch Shops
    5300 S 76th St Ste K080, Greendale, WI 53129
    (414) 421-8463
    www.skymoh.com
    1445 S Emmertsen Rd, Racine, WI 53406
    (262) 417-6511
    Infinity Instruments LTD
    15435 W Kingsway Dr, New Berlin, WI 53151
    (262) 780-0213
    Firstime Manufactory
    2350 S 170th St, New Berlin, WI 53151
    (262) 364-5200
    Little Swiss Clock Shop
    270 W Main St, Waukesha, WI 53186
    (262) 547-2111
    Brandt Jewelers
    218 6th St, Racine, WI 53403
    (262) 632-8857
    Hawkins Clock Center
    7301 W Greenfield Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53214
    (414) 258-1144
    Time Square Watch Shops
    95 N Moorland Rd, Brookfield, WI 53005
    (262) 797-8787
    Fossil Outlet Store
    11211 120th Ave Ste 66, Pleasant Prairie, WI 53158
    (262) 857-7100
    Time Square Watch Shops
    2500 N Mayfair Rd Ste M243, Milwaukee, WI 53226
    (414) 258-6572
    Around The Clock LLC
    2323 Silvernail Rd, Pewaukee, WI 53072
    (262) 446-9006


    During the 17th century, skilled craftsmen began to adapt spring powered clocks into rudimentary, mechanical watches with working parts. Not too long afterward, the first pocket watches were created, available in gold and silver. These pocket watches were considered to be a luxury item, and wealthy men wore them often. Then, in the 1920s, the first wrist watch was designed and marketed for women interested in wearing fashionable timepieces. Attached to a leather band the wrist watches were initially meant to be more of a novelty toy than anything else. But they quickly became incredibly popular, and soon men and women alike were eager to purchase these timepieces. As watches became more popular, they also became more casual. Watch makers used gold and silver in their pieces less often, and everyone was eventually able to afford to purchase one of these items, either at retail or discount sale. Dealers sold used watches to large segments of the population. Soon these watches were everywhere, and they were worn by a wide variety of people. Men might choose to wear a sportier version, while women often preferred something that looked like a piece of antique jewelry. Certain brands became more popular than overs, and everyone seemed to prize Swiss made watches most highly. Watch repair became a necessity, and well maintained vintage watches became a valuable commodity. Today, watches are just as abundant as ever. They come in digital and analog models. Their styling ranges from sporty to classic to feminine, and they are designed to last for years without being brought in for repair. They are truly a fixture of modern culture, and anyone interested in purchasing a quality time piece should visit their local watch dealer today!
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