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The Watch Video Rewind For September 21, 2014



Welcome back to the  Watch Video Rewind series where, of course, we highlight some interesting videos that we’ve run across on the web that we think you might enjoy seeing.  Today, we’ve got a handful of videos from the crew over at World of Watches.

First up, they have a discussion on the differences between a Swiss-Made watch, and a Swiss-Made movement.  This can sometimes be a confusing topic, and this video does a nice job of attempting to clarify things for you.

Next up, they run you through the three types of movements you will run across with watches – quartz, mechanical, and automatic.  Sure, this is relatively basic information, but I have no doubt we have some new readers in our audience, so this sort of information is handy to go over.

Last, but not least, we’ve got a video where they talk through the differences between a chronograph and a multi-function watch, which can often have a very similar look to the dial.  Interestingly enough, their video showcases watches from the same brand with identical styling.

And with that, we’ll wrap up this week’s edition of the Watch Video Rewind.  If you come across an interesting video that you think is worth getting into this series, feel free to drop us a line and let us know about it.

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