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What is the difference between automatic, chronograph, and quartz watches?

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Automatic or self-winding watches are powered by a self-winding mechanism with no need for batteries. They should be serviced more often than quartz watches to make sure they run properly. Chronographs are used as stopwatch timers. You will find a few variations of the chronographs. Some act with a center second hand, which keeps time on the main dial of a watch. Others make use of sub-dials to keep track of elapsed hours, minutes and seconds. Some chronographs show elapsed time on a digital display on the watch face. A chronograph can be responsible for a variety of functions, such as determination of speed or distance. Quartz watches are equipped with a battery. The watches of this type usually last longer than self-winding watches, but the battery must be periodically replaced. more
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Automatic or self-winding watches are powered by a self-winding mechanism and there is no need for batteries. To ensure their proper work for many years, please service them more often. Chronographs are used as stopwatch timers. You will find a few variations of the chronographs. Some act with a center second hand that keeps time on the main dial of a watch. Others use sub-dials to keep track of elapsed hours, minutes and seconds. Some chronographs show elapsed time on a digital display on the watch face. A chronograph can be responsible for a variety of functions, such as determination of speed or distance. Quartz watches are equipped with a battery. The watches of this type usually serve longer than self-winding watches, but don not forget to replace the battery periodically. more
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