By Frederik Drost

Mechanism is a term used to refer to the internal workings of a watch, including the movement, power train, escapement and mainspring. It is the engine that makes the watch work, and is responsible for the accurate timekeeping of the watch. Mechanisms can vary widely in complexity, ranging from simple quartz movements to complex automatic movements. The mechanism is the most important part of the watch, and is responsible for the accuracy and reliability of the watch.

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