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 What is a japanese movement on a watch?

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What does Japanese metronomic movement mean?

Watches that are stamped with Japanese movement means they are made in Japan, as opposed to Switzerland. Metronomic movement describes watches that do not use a battery to power it, but rather uses... Read More »
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What is mechanical watch movement?

Mechanical watch movements are the internal components of a watch that keeps time without electricity. This type of watch uses springs, gears and other mechanical devices to keep time, and has been... Read More »
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What Are the Benefits of a Swiss Movement Watch?

The Swiss have long been known for their attention to detail and craftsmanship when it comes to watches. When searching for a quality watch, most people think about Swiss watches. Movement watches ... Read More »
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What are some Good Japanese films to watch?

ActionCrows Zero 1 and 2 (These two are my favorites.)ShinobiBattle Royale Azumi 2003Azumi II 200513 Assassins Fighter.In.The.Wind.2004Sukiyaki.Western.Django.2007RUROUNI KENSHIN.2012HorrorRinguOne... Read More »
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