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CHRONO SPAIN A Chronograph timepiece has a movable crown, a start button operable to start and stop measurement of a time period in a chronograph mode using at least one chronograph hand, and a reset button operable to reset the chronograph hand to a zero position. A control circuit controls operation of the start button and the reset button in a plurality of reset modes to return the chronograph hand to the zero position in accordance with whether the reset button has already been operated when the crown is operable from one position to another position. Chrono Spain Watches Chronograph Timepieces Stopwatch online

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SWISS MECHANICAL CHRONO WATCHES


Traditional mechanical chrono watches were made with analogue dials (hands) and was based on the invention by Peter Henlein (1480–1542). It is made up of about 130 parts. These parts are assembled in the three main sections: the source of energy, the regulating parts, and the display.
What makes the mechanical timepiece special is that the number of parts varies depending on the function the watch has. Many collectors choose to buy mechanical watch that can record the phases of the moon, keep a record of the date, as well as record time on a daily basis.
 
The Swiss say that a watch is only finished when the movement (the coils, springs, etc) has been fitted with a dial, hands, and case.
 

Traditional mechanical chrono watches were made with analogue dials (hands) and was based on the invention by Peter Henlein (1480–1542). It is made up of about 130 parts. These parts are assembled in the three main sections: the source of energy, the regulating parts, and the display.
What makes the mechanical timepiece special is that the number of parts varies depending on the function the watch has. Many collectors choose to buy mechanical watch that can record the phases of the moon, keep a record of the date, as well as record time on a daily basis.
 

If you were to pull a mechanical watch apart (which isn’t recommended unless you know how to put it back together again!), you would see a finely balanced internal working movement, complete with hairsprings, a gear train, and a balance wheel. These are the parts that enable the watch to record the time.
 


Before Buying a Swiss Mechanical Chrono Watch
If you are thinking of buying one, you should be aware that although all the springs and gears are charming and beautiful, they will require regular servicing. This can be quite costly, as you will normally have to take it to a specialist watch repair shop.

You should also be aware when buying a Swiss mechanical watch that some watches that claim to be Swiss only have a swiss movement. They are often built by other companies (e.g. Japanese companies). So check carefully that the watch is a true Swiss watch before you buy it, if you intend on collecting these watches.

A few Swiss watch movement making companies, including Valjoux and ETA (ETA was the movement manufacturing division of Eterna until 1932 when it split off and joined Ebauches S.A), make mechanisms that are found in many popular brands.
 

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However, the very best watchmakers, like Patek Philippe & Co., Vacheron Constantin, Audemars Piguet, Zenith and Jaeger LeCoultre, make their own mechanisms. Traditional swiss mechanical timepiece (which can take anything from nine months to two years to assemble) can cost thousands of dollars or even hundred of thousands to buy.

Swiss companies such as Rolex, Tag Heuer, Omega, Cartier, and Jaeger LeCoultre all sell traditional and modern mechanical watches that use a variety of watchcases, including stainless steel, gold, silver, platinum, and titanium.

 

All of these case types are hardwearing, with the exception of gold, which is quite a soft metal. However, all of these case types (including gold) give a nice elegant look to the finished watch.

You will pay more for most gold and platinum watches than you will for the likes of stainless steel. When choosing which brand to go with, ask to see the full range of watches that are available, and make sure to compare details between the individual watches.

The benefits of Swiss mechanical watches are tenfold for a watch enthusiast, as there is nothing quite like exploring and watching the movements inside of a mechanical watch. They have been made through years of experience and expert craftsmanship, and are a working Piece of History and Art

SWISS MECHANICAL CHRONO WATCHES


A chronograph is a timepiece or watch with both timekeeping and stopwatch functions. Pocket watch chronographs were produced as early as the 18th century but did not become popular until the 1820s. The term "Chronograph" is often confused with the term 'Chronometer' which in some cases designates a watch that has received a precision certification. The Marine chronometer was an accurate timepiece used to enable celestial navigation.
Chronographs

* Digital Chronographs use a digital display for both timekeeping and stopwatch functions, either with separate displays or by switching modes on a single display, all Digital Chronographs running with a Quartz Movement.

* Analogic Chronographs have a standard analog watch with permanent center seconds and a separate digital display that usually operates independently of the analog section. A fallback will reset to zero and then continue to run when the reset button is pushed while the stopwatch is running. In contrast, most mechanical chronographs will reset to fifty only when the stopwatch is stopped.
 
A mechanical chronometer is a spring-driven escapement timekeeper, like a watch, but its parts are more massively built. Changes in the tension of the spring caused by variations in temperature are compensated for by devices built into it.

Chronometers often included other innovations to increase their efficiency and precision. Hard stones such as diamond, ruby, and sapphire were often used as jewel bearings to decrease friction and wear of the pivots and escapement. Chronometer makers also took advantage of the physical properties of rare metals such as gold, platinum, and palladium.

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