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The TicWatches glossary helps our customers understand the various terms used on our website.
This is a watch with both an analogue and digital display.
These watches are self winding mechanical watches. They have a rotor that includes a weight, which swings backwards and forwards with every movement of the wrist and winds the mainspring.
A metal strap made of steel, gold or metal which goes around the wrist.
This is the outer shell that houses the moving parts of the watch.
A stop watch function built into a wrist watch.
The faces of an analogue watch which usually displays the hour indicators.
Liquid Crystal Display (LCD)
A digital display where the numbers are displayed in a liquid layer sandwiched between two clear crystals.
Use a balancing wheel to measure time and a mainspring for power. You need to wind these particular watches by hand.
This is the way in which the watch keeps time, for example mechanical, automatic, quartz, kinetic or solar.
These watches use a quartz crystal to measure time and a battery for power. You do not need to wind these watches up.
Solar Quartz Watches
They use a quartz crystal. Any light is absorbed through the crystal and dial, and a solar cell converts the light into energy to power the watch.
This is usually a leather or plastic band which holds the watch on the wrist.
A measure of how well a watch will resist intrusion of moisture.
Water Resistance Watch Information
Water resistance is the measure of how well a watch will resist the intrusion of moisture. The table below shows how much water each watch can resist:
|3||100||30||Will with stand splashes and suitable for washing hands ONLY.|
|5||165||50||Will with stand splashes or brief immersion in water,
but it is not suitable for swimming but is suitable for showering
|10||330||100||Suitable for swimming and snorkelling.|
|15||500||150||Suitable for snorkelling.|
|20||660||200||Suitable for skin diving.|
Please refer to manufactures handbook for further information about water resistance and care.
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