Automatic ROHS Standard Men Watch
Automatic Mechanical Luxury ROHS Standard IP Plating Men Watches -item: automatic mechanical luxury men wrist watches -case material: stainless steel with IP plating -case diameter: 42 mm, can be customized with your requirements -glass: sapphire glass /crystal glass -movement: Japan or Swiss...
Automatic Mechanical Luxury ROHS Standard IP Plating Men Watches
-item: automatic mechanical luxury men wrist watches
-case material: stainless steel with IP plating
-case diameter: 42 mm, can be customized with your requirements
-glass: sapphire glass /crystal glass
-movement: Japan or Swiss movement
-water resistant: 5atm/10atm
-band material/size: genuine leather or stainless steel/22 mm width
-color: different colors available
-logo position : dial, caseback, crown, buckle, band
-MOQ: 100 pcs for each model/color
-package: opp+bubble+carton box, can customize gift box
-payment: T/T, Western Union, Money Gram, Paypal, etc
-leading time: usually 40-60 working days
-shipping: DHL, TNT, FEDEX, UPS, or by sea
Different colors and straps of luxury automatic mechanical men wrist watches are available:
UNI-DIRECTIONAL ROTATING BEZEL
An elapsed time rotating bezel, often found on divers’ watches, that moves only in a counterclockwise direction. It is designed to prevent a diver who has unwittingly knocked the bezel off its original position from overestimating his or her remaining air supply. Because the bezel moves in only one direction, the diver may err only on the side of safety when timing a dive. Many divers’ watches are ratcheted, so that they lock into place for greater safety.
Is a Swiss manufacturer of mechanical watch movements that specializes primarily in chronograph production (originally marked as VAL or “R” for Valjoux.) They are used in a number of middle range mechanical watches, and have been owned by ETA for a number of years. ETA now stamps their name on each movement. Major watch brands that use the movements are Omega, Breitling, Oris, TAG Heuer, and so on.
Early type of escapement with a wheel that is shaped like a crown.
Early escapement introduced in the mid 1700s.
Circular element, mostly toothed, combines with an arbor and a pinion to make up a gear. Wheels are normally made of brass, while arbors and pinions are made of steel. The wheels between barrel and escapement make up the so-called train.
Operation consisting of tightening the mainspring of a watch. This can be done by hand (by the crown) or automatically (by a rotor, which is caused to swing by the movements of the wearer’s arm).