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In horology, a movement, also known as a caliber, is the mechanism of a clock or watch, as opposed to the case, which encloses and protects the movement, ...

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A movement is what makes a watch go. Learn about the differences between manual, automatic, and quartz movements.

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A watch movement (or "calibre") is the engine of a watch that acts as the powerhouse to make the watch and its functions work. Explore the differences.

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Browse the available selection of watch movements, including quartz watch movements, to include in your watchmaker's bench.

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Take a look at this selection of mechanical watch movements, including a quartz watch movement, that come in handy in the creation and repair of watches.

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Before rocket science was a science watches were considered man's finest most delicate machines to date. Watch movements should not be handled by anyone ...

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Described as the heart of a watch, movement refers to the mechanism that drives the hands on a watch face and powers its complications such as calendar, ...

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Find out about the different watch movements available from automatic to quartz.

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Feb 27, 2017 ... There are many Movement Types. Get to know the inside of your Rolex watch as we dissect the different movements within the watch industry.