History gear count—- watch

A watch is a small watch that is carried or worn by people. The watch is designed to be worn around the wrist and connected by a strap or other type of bracelet. A pocket watch is designed for a person carrying in his pocket.

Watch clocks from the early 14th century were born in the 17th century. In most history, the watch is a mechanical device, driven by the winding machine, by winding the main spring, and with a swing wheel to maintain the time. In the 1960s, electronic quartz watches were invented by battery-powered. By the 1980s, quartz watches captured most of the market from the mechanical watch.
Today’s cheapest and medium-priced watch, all have a quartz movement. Expensive collection watches, their exquisite craftsmanship, aesthetic charm and fascinating design are more worthwhile than simple timing, often with traditional mechanical movements, even if they are more inaccurate and more expensive than electronic machines. Sometimes also includes a variety of additional features such as moon phase display and different types of tourbillon. Modern watches usually show dates, dates, months and years, and electronic watches may have many other features. Time-related functions such as timers, chronograph and alarm functions are common. Some modern designs include calculator, GPS] and Bluetooth technology or have heart rate monitoring capabilities. Some watches use radio clock technology to correct the time regularly.

2010 development includes smart watches, which are carefully designed to wear on the wrist of the computer class electronic equipment. They usually contain timing functions, but these are just a few minutes that a smart watch can do is called a watchmaking study.

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