n. a mechanical, electronic or electro-mechanical timer, designed to inhibit the final unlocking of a combination lock or timelock
The entire mechanism of a watch. Movements are either quartz or mechanical manual or automatic winding devices.
A division of a musical work.
The actual "works" of the watch.
a separate section of a large work.
The watch's "works." As distinguished from the case.
the driving and regulating parts of a mechanism (as of a watch or clock); "it was an expensive watch with a diamond movement"
The assembly consisting of the mechanisms of a watch -the winding and setting mechanism, the mainspring, the train, the escapement, the regulating elements. What makes a watch operate. The NakedWatchTM offers a mechanical movement.
The engine of the watch, whether mechanical or quartz. Often referred to as calibre by watch manufacturers.
The fully functioning assembly of all the main timekeeping organs of a watch.
The heart of the watch. The complete unit inside the case that controls all movement, i.e., time, date, calendar, etc. Movements are either mechanical or quartz.
Movement refers to the internal workings of a timepiece.
Refers to the inner workings of the watch. The two basic movements available in most watches are mechanical and quartz.
The mechanism of a watch that keeps the time. It can be either mechanical or quartz movement.
The inner mechanisms which control the watch's hands, calendars, sub-dials, alarms, etc.. Movements are either mechanical or quartz.
Simply used to describe the workings or engine(!) of a watch, be it mechanical or quartz. Often referred to as a calibre by manufacturers.
The inner workings or assembly that make up the main timekeeping mechanism of the watch.Mmovements are either quartz or mechanical.
The inner mechanism of watch that keeps time and moves the watch's hand, calendar, etc. Movements are either mechanical or quartz.
The mobility of an organism or part of an organism or the spatial displacement of parts of a stationary organisms
Complete mechanism of watch; from 120 to over 600 parts may be incorporated in it.
The timekeeping mechanism in a clock.
Assembly consisting of the principal elements and mechanisms of a watch or clock: the winding and setting mechanism, the mainspring, the train, the escapement, the regulating elements. "Anatomically", the movement consists of the "ébauche", the regulating elements and the other components.
The complete unit inside the watch that makes it work; sometimes called calibre or modular.
The works of a mechanical watch without the case or dial. (quartz watches have modules)
The works of a watch exclusive of the case and dial.
The inner mechanism of a clock which can be keywound, weight driven, electric or quartz (battery powered)
The assembly making up the principal elements and mechanisms of a watch or clock: the winding and setting mechanism, the mainspring, the train, the escapement, and the regulating elements.
The entire mechanism of a watch. Movements are divided into two great families: quartz and mechanical; the latter are available with manual (s.) or automatic (s.) winding devices.
with contact, which is insufficient to explain it (parakinesis), ormovement without obvious, perceptible or normal contact (telekinesis)is the most frequent seance room phenomenon and is, in its apparentsimplicity, one of the widest import as behind the displacement ofobjects and various other mechanical effects an invisible intelligententity manifests, performs complicated operations and exercises adirective influence over mysteriously generated and frequentlytremendous forces. See MOVEMENT.
The "Movement" is the motor of every watch. The Movement controls all movement aspects of the watch such as the time, date, escape valves, chrongraph functions etc.
the main inner mechanism of any produced watch, that allows to keep time, perform all complication's movements and move hands. There are two kinds of movements–mechanical and quartz. mechanical movement is a movement operated by a mainspring and a balance wheel. quartz movement is a movement powered by by a quartz crystal and a battery.
The movement refers to how the watch operates. The movement is the mechanism that keeps the time running. Movements are either quartz or automatic.
The assembly of mechanisms and other internal elements of any timepiece.
The works of a clock or timepiece.
The means by which a watch keeps time, often including the power source. For example, a watch with mechanical movement uses a spinning balance wheel powered by a tightly wound spring, whereas a watch with quartz movement measures the vibrations in a piece of quartz and often is powered by a battery.
The inner workings or assembly that make up the main timekeeping mechanism. Movements are either quartz or mechanical. This is the engine of the watch.
The inner workings of a watch or clock.
The inner workings or assembly that makes up the main timekeeping mechanism. Most common are quartz and mechanical.