Mechanical watches can usually be divided into ?
Mechanical watches can usually be divided into the following two types: manual winding and automatic watch (AUTOMATIC).
The power sources of these two machines are all driven by the spring in the movement, which drives the gears and pushes the hands. It is just a different way of power source.
Manually-wound mechanical watches rely on manual twisting of the clockwork.
The thickness of the movement is thinner than that of a normal automatic winding.
The weight of the watch is relatively light.
The self-winding watch uses the movement of the automatic spinning disk around the movement to drive the clockwork, but the thickness of the hand-wound watch is relatively smaller than that of the automatic winding watch.