How To Take Links Out Of Watches

how to take links out of watches

Watch bracelets are usually manufactured to standard lengths, but they are designed to have the links added or removed to ensure that they are sized for each owner’s wrist.  As watches change owners, watch links become broken or damaged, or people lose or gain weight, it requires the watch bracelet to be resized. Learning how … Read more

Why Do Watches Have Jewels

why do watches have jewels

Watch jewels or jewel bearings are small pieces of synthetic sapphire or ruby set into holes within a movement. You can either find them in the gear train or pivot points of watches, but some timepieces are designed with jewels in their anti-shock mechanism. These jewels are useful, yet having too many jewels may work … Read more

How To Flip Watches

how to flip watches

Watch flipping means purchasing luxury or valuable watches for reselling and earning profit from it.  But is there legit money in this method? How do you flip watches anyway to actually make it a profitable endeavor? Today, I want to teach you strategies on how to flip watches and make great money out of them! … Read more

Why Are Watches So Expensive

why are watches so expensive

From a practical perspective, all timepieces are the same. They keep track of time and add to our style. But it doesn’t mean investing in an expensive watch is a bad idea.  After all, expensive watches are often built with higher quality materials, are highly accurate and very reliable, and can last a long time. … Read more

Why Do People Wear Watches Upside Down

why do people wear watches upside down

Ever wonder why people wear watches on the inside of their wrist or the opposite from the way many people wear a watch? It’s fascinating, isn’t it?  You see, some occupations find it necessary to wear a watch that way because it is convenient and practical. But some have other reasons. These reasons may be … Read more

Where Are The Most Popular Watches Made At?

where are the most popular watches made at

Switzerland totally dominates the luxury watch sector as it produces around 30 million timepieces a year. But that’s only 2.5% of the world’s wristwatches. Some watches are built and mass-produced in Germany, China, Hong Kong, the United States, and Japan. That’s why in this resource, we’ll be exploring some of the key players of the … Read more

How Do Automatic Watches Work?

how to automatic watches work

An automatic watch, also called a self-winding watch, requires nothing more than just regular wear to keep running. That’s because it gets its energy from the movement of the wearer. But how does an automatic watch exactly work? How come they last longer than a quartz watch or a battery-powered watch? Don’t worry, we’ve got … Read more

How Do Solar Watches Work?

how do solar watches work

Solar watches are normally powered by the sun. They gained popularity in the ’70s and even in recent years because they have a temperature, compass, altimeter, and barometer on them. All these features are great for adventures! Many watch enthusiasts moreover prefer solar watches because they combine the best features of all other watch movements: … Read more

Why Are Swiss Watches So Expensive

why are Swiss watches so expensive

Many watch aficionados desire to own a Swiss watch. And why not? It is the very definition of a luxury watch.  Swiss watches, such as Patek Philippe and Rolex, are known globally for their high-quality functioning and designs. Most importantly, Swiss watches’ components are intricately-designed. In short, Swiss watches are the best. But, why exactly … Read more