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- Case: The body which houses the actual watch. This can come in a variety of colors and materials.
- Dial: The face or background of the watch.
- Display: Method used to convey time. Watches with hands that move is analog while a screen that electronically displays the time is digital. Some watches have both.
- Movement: The motor that drives the watch.
Clasp: The clasp is the mechanism used to keep the band or strap closed tightly around the wrist. Bezel: The bezel is the ring around the face of the watch which can sometimes have tachymeters, diamonds or other markings on them. Some bezels rotate freely. Chronograph: A chronograph is a stopwatch function which will measure an interval of time independently of the watch. Moonphase: The moonphase is a moving picture background which will change to show sun or moon based on what time of day it is. Skeleton Caseback: A skeleton caseback is a clear, see through back of the watch which is commonly found on automatic watch, and facilitates the viewing of the movement in action.
- Automatic watches use a weight that moves with the movement of the arm. Automatic watches do not use batteries and only have analog displays.
- Kinetic movements are similar to automatic except that the motion drives a generator which captures the energy and stores it in a rechargeable battery.
- Solar Powered watches capture energy from light and stores the electricity in a rechargeable battery.
- Quartz movements are regular battery powered watches which require the battery to be changed every 2-4 years, depending on the watch.