What are the part names of watches?
An example of a typical analog watch with a leather strap
Line or dot used as gradation for the hours.
Part attaching the case to the band. Metal bands integrated to the watch are called integral bands.
The face of the watch that shows the hour markers.
Some watches do not have a second hand. When a watch has the second hand connected to the center, as shown in the figure, it is called a center second watch.
Part that includes the crystal, the bezel, the case body, and the back of the case. The mechanical parts inside the case are often called movement.
Hole where to insert the spring bar. The spring bar is used when installing the band.
Same use as the fixed loop. This loop can move along the band.
Loop used to fasten the excess portion of band section attached to the six o'clock side. It is fixed to the band.
An example of a digital watch with a metallic band
Panel that digitally displays the time, calendar and other functions. This part corresponds to the dial on analog watches.
Part that includes the crystal, the case body and the back of the case. The parts inside the case are often called module.
Button that can be pushed to set the time, the calendar, and other functions. The watch in the figure shows four buttons.
Part attaching the case to the band.
This part covers the display section and determines the panel view. Generally, it includes indications and marks for time display.
Piece at the end of a metal bracelet that attaches to the case. It is also called end link.
Metal bands are also called bracelets.
Part used to attach the two sections of the band. Some buckles allow the user to adjust the length of the band.