By Frederik Drost

Movement is a term used to describe the inner workings of a watch. It is the engine that powers the watch and is responsible for keeping time. It is usually a mechanical or quartz device that is powered by a battery and is responsible for the movement of all the watch’s components. The movement is typically made up of a series of gears and springs, and is designed to accurately keep time. Higher-end movements can be crafted with intricate details and higher precision, which can significantly increase the cost of a watch.

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