The power reserve indicator serves well in manually-wound watches by showing the time left until the next winding.
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Building a perpetual calendar that knows which year we’re in and whether it is leap or not demands exceptional engineering skills.
Complications have a unique meaning in the field of watchmaking. The properties of mechanical watches, not including the hour-minute-second hands, are known as complications.
The second part of the finishing methods covers the mirror and black polish techniques.
Abrasive roughening finishing techniques in brief: satin finish, perlage, linear graining and snailing.
“Geneva stripes” or “Côtes de Genève” is one of the most widely-used decoration techniques in high-level movements.