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Timex Women's T5K459 1440 Sports Digital Purple Resin Watch

Article - Timex Women's T5K459 1440 Sports Digital Purple Resin Watch

Recognizable and top caliber wristwatch with perfect name of Timex Women's T5K459 1440 Sports Digital Purple Resin Watch. The wrist watch cost is (49.95, 'USD').

  • Made in USA and Imported
  • Indiglo night light
  • Durable and Lightweight Resin Case with Resin Strap that adjusts from about 5" circumference to about 7 3/8" circumference
  • 24 Hour Stopwatch
  • 24 hour chronograph
  • Water resistant to 165 feet (50 M): suitable for swimming and showering

successful creator by which this wristwatch made is Timex. This worlds top womens wrist watch is diamond in the world of womens watches as well as the owner who wears it and do not regret the money for this superior quality.This watch is truly a testament of what design means imagination and it is a main idea for new models. One of the most prized items among our customers. In millimeter precise dimension of casualwristwatch is Medium. Paint of casual wristwatch is Purple.Item is famous by: 1440 Sports DigitalTimex Sport watches have you covered every second of your day with styling that fits your wrist and a value that can only e from Timex.Features: 24-hour chronograph Easy to use 24-hour countdown timer Daily alarm 2 time zone settings make travel easy Available in a fotable and durable resin strap Dependable water resistance to 50m Easy to view in low light conditions with INDIGLO night light Product : TIMEX 1440 SPORTS DIGITAL MID SIZE PURPLE Manufacturer : TIMEX CORPORATION Manufacturer Part No : T5K459 UPC : 753048361090. Watch components are created of Resin. Click on button Click To Order down below and arrange the buying of this woman watch....

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Automatic or sport watches for women is a mechanical clock in which the leader is automatically wound as a result of natural changes in the user hand to provide energy to start the clock, making manual winding unnecessary. The mechanical clock, which is neither self-winding electric drive is called the clock manually. Most mechanical watches made today are self-winding. How it works The mechanical clock is powered by an internal spiral mainspring that turns gears that move the hands. Spring energy loss as watch movements, both in manual movement of a watch spring should be regularly wound by turning the small button on the chassis, crown, to provide energy to start the clock. Otherwise, when the energy of the mainspring runs, it stops.Self-winding movement clock has a mechanism that winds leader. Watch contains an eccentric weight (rotor), which turns on a pivot. During normal movements of the user\'s hand causes the rotor to turn over its personnel attached to ratcheted winding mechanism. The movement of the wearer\'s arm so translated in a circular movement of the rotor, which is a series of reverser and Reducing gears, eventually winds leader. There are many different models for the modern self-winding mechanisms. Some models allow for winding clocks run at the same time with the swings of the rotor in one direction only, while other, more advanced mechanisms have two ratchets and wind the leading force in the clockwise and counterclockwise motion of the rotor.Rana fully leader in a typical watch can store enough energy reserve for about two days, so beware that runs through the night, while stationary.In many cases, automatic watches can also be wound manually by turning the crown, so the watch can be kept running when not worn, and in the event that the user moves the wrist is not sufficient to automatically retract. Prevention overwindingSelf-winding mechanisms continue to work even after the leader fully liquidated. If it was used a simple leader, this excessive tension in the drive spring. This could break the leader, and even if it did not, this would result in "knocking" or "banking". Excessive load on the drive train movement gear hour could balance wheel rotates with excessive amplitude, which causes the impulse pin hit back horns pallet forks. This clock runs fast, and could break the impulse pin. To prevent this, the slipping clutch device is used to drive the spring, so it can not be overwound. Slipping spring or a "bridle" "Slipping leader" The device was patented Adrien Philippe, one of the founders of Patek Philippe, 16 June 1863 before self-winding watches. It was invented by the simultaneous winding two leader barrels. In the normal clock leader barrel, the outer end of the helical driving spring is attached to the inside of the tube. The barrel slip, the leader is attached to the circular expansion spring steel, is often called "bridle", which is pressed against the inner wall of the cylinder, which has a set of teeth or notches in order to adhere.As long as the leader is less than fully wound, the reins of the guiding force caused by friction in the barrel wall so that the driving force, which is being retracted.When the driving force reaches a full wind, its strength is stronger than the reins of the spring, and further winding the pull bridle separated from nicks and simply slides along the wall, which prevents the driving force is not to further retract. The bridle must grip the barrel wall with just the right force to spearhead, which is entirely not overwind. If you grabbed too loose, it will begin to slip the bridle before the leader in fully wound, an error known as the "leader of creep," which results in a reduced time of reserve power.A further advantage of this device is that the driving force can not be broken by excessive manual winding. This feature is often described in the watchmaking company advertising as "unbreakable mainspring." Automatic quartz or kinetic movement Following the introduction of quartz watches were automatic electronic quartz watches powered by hand movements developed by Seiko. Typically weighted rotor rotates a small electrical generator, charging the battery or low leakage capacitor which powers the quartz movement. Automatic arrangement ensures precision quartz is quartz movement, without the need for routine battery changes. Alternative energy source, with similar functional results photodetector ("sundial"). Watch windersWatch winders are available to store automatic watches and they are wound, for people who do not wear their automatic watches every day. This is particularly advantageous when the clock complications such as permanent calendars or moon phases.Watch winder may have one or more watches and move them in circular patterns to approximate the human motion that otherwise keeps the self-winding mechanism delo.Stareje mechanical watches must be wound up and running as far as possible, to prevent their lubricants from congealing over time reducing the accuracy. Modern mechanical watches generally use synthetic oil; or synthetic oils harden or not is a moot point among experts watch. Full service (includes disassembly, cleaning and re-lubrication) should be performed at least every five years, to watch as accurate as possible. History Origins: 1773-1779 The first reference self-winding watches at the end of 1773, when the newspaper reported that Joseph Tlustos invented a watch, it is not necessary that the wounds. However, it was his idea, probably based on the myth of perpetual motion, and it is unlikely to be a practical solution to the problem of self-winding watches. In 1776, Joseph Gallmayr also stated that he did self-winding watch, but there is no evidence to support this claim.The earliest credible evidence for the successful planning of the clock by Swiss watchmaker Abraham-Louis PERRELET, who lived in Le Locle. In late 1776 and early 1777, he invented the self-winding mechanism for pocket watches. It has worked on the same principle as a modern pedometer, which has oscillating weight inside the watch, which moves up and down.Geneva Society of Arts, the reporting of the Guard in 1777, stated that the 15 minute walk is required to fully wind the clock.1777 Abraham-Louis Breguet also became interested in the idea and his first attempts led by the self-winding mechanism with a barrel remontoir. Although the successful design was too complicated and expensive to produce, and this prodaja.O end of 1777 or early 1778 Hubert Sarton designed watch with the mechanism of the rotor, and towards the end of 1778, Sarton sent hour the French Academy of Sciences and the report it was written, which, together with the drawing, gave a detailed description of the mechanism. Design Sarton is similar to those used in modern wristwatches, which led to the conclusion that it was Sarton, not PERRELET, father of modern automatic watches, although there is no evidence linking the creation of the 18th century, the development of the 20th century.About the end of 1778 or beginning of 1779, Abraham-Louis Breguet watches PERRELET realized, probably through Louis Recordon, who traveled from Geneva to London via Le Locle. Breguet studied and improved design and started making them.Although there was some self-winding watches from then on, for over a hundred years those hours were rare until the advent of the wristwatch. "Bumper" watches: 1923 Self-winding mechanisms were more successful in watches as pocket watches, because the hand moves more in daily activities, rather than the torso. The first self-winding clock did not appear until after the First World War when wristwatches became popular.He had invented in 1923 by John Harwood, a watch repairer from Bolton who took out a patent British to their financial backer, Harry Cutts, on 7 July 1923 and acquired the appropriate Swiss patent dated 16 October 1923. The system uses Harwood Turn weight is swung as motility moved, winding leader. Ratchet wounds leader only when moving in one smeri.Tea not rotate the entire 360 ; spring bumpers restrict your swing at approximately 180 in order to promote movement back and forth. This early type of self-winding mechanism is now referred to as the "hammer" or "bumper".When fully wound, the watch Harwood took 12 hours alone. This was not normally stem winder, so the hands are moved manually by turning the face plate around the clock. Watches were first produced using the Swiss watch manufacturer Fortis and went on sale were 1928 30,000 before Harwood Self-liquidation Watch Company failed in 1931 in the Great Depression. \'Bumper\' watches were the first commercially successful automatic watches; were made by several manufacturers watch a high level between 1930 and 1940thRolex Rolex Watch Company has improved the design of Harwood in 1930 and used as the basis for the Rolex Oyster Perpetual, which could be centrally located semicircular rotating weight over the entire 360 and 300 without the "Bumper" winder. Version Rolex has also increased the amount of energy stored in the mainspring, which provides independent run up to 35 hours. Eterna ball bearingThe next development for automatic watches came in 1948 from Eterna Watch. In order to efficiently wind the clock, one of the main requirements of the burden of the rotor. Up to this point, it was the best bed used in any hour jewel bearing, which perfectly fits small tools with a clock. Rotor, on the other hand, requires a different solution. In 1948, Eterna presented a solution that is in use today: leaji.Kroglini ball bearings provide solid support for the heavy object to rotate smoothly and reliably even under abnormal stress as if it fell clock. Since 1960By 1960 automatic winding has become a standard in quality mechanical watches. As the weighted rotor be automatically hour take a lot of space in the case, increasing its thickness, some manufacturers of high quality watches, such as Patek Philippe, continues to create a hand-wound watches, which can be as thin as 1.77 millimeters.