Automatic Movement German Watches – The Height of Power & Prestige

Historically, the wearer has been required to manually wind a watch in order to prevent the timepiece’s inner components from slowing over time and showing an inaccurate result. This process was removed by the introduction of digital watches; however, the digital watch does not present the same sort of impressive perception as does a more traditional looking watch with a face that includes hands and time passages delineation.

Automatic movement timepieces first appeared in 1770 when Abraham-Louis Perrelet, a Swiss craftsman, introduced the first self-winding pocket watch. Early attempts at creating a self-winding watch mechanism were unsuccessful, Perrelet’s included, as they were unreliable. However, the 1920s saw the emergence of wrist watches with rotor driven self-winding mechanisms that winded themselves with every movement of the wearer’s wrist or arm. These early versions of the automatic movement wrist timepiece have come to be known as bumpers or hammers, as they were very dependent upon truly active movements to drive the self-winding mechanism and not in tune to the more subtle and common movements more frequently performed by the wearers.

In 1930 it was introduced the first mechanically efficient self-winding watch, and in by the 1960s, the self-winding watch mechanism was standard in any high quality or luxury timepiece. Standard manual winding mechanisms require addition room, having more complex and bulky mechanical components which must be placed in the watch motor casing.

The excess mechanical requirements of manually winded wrist watches make these timepieces less sleek or visually appealing than there automatic movement counterparts. For this reason, automatic movement German watches have established themselves as the cornerstone of luxury and prestige in the world of personal timepieces.

Automatic movement German watches by a number of manufacturers are now available on the market, from recognizable watch making companies such as Aristo and Haemmer. These watches are crafted with durability, usability, and the style of the wearer in mind. Automatic movement German watches have come to be known for their luxury, and the perception of power and prestige they promote for their wearers. They are among the finest crafted personal timepieces available in the world.

Source by Deborah Mc Lean Smith

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