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Cosmo Group Public Co., Ltd. - Website link not visible. Please login or register to view.
A leading manufacturer of watch dials, luxurious packaging, quality presentation boxes, cases and bracelets.
Eta (Thailand) Co., Ltd. - Website link not visible. Please login or register to view.
Assembly of watch parts. Features metal parts made by near net injection molding (MIM) in stainless steels, diverse metal alloys, and titanium.
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What is: watch
A watch is a timepiece or portable clock that displays the time and sometimes the day, date, month and year. In past centuries, these often took the form of pocket watches, which today are seldom carried or worn. In modern usage, watch is usually a contraction of wristwatch, a name for the most popular style of timekeeping device worn on the wrist.
Because most watches lack a striking mechanism, such as a bell or gong, to announce the passage of time, they are properly called timepieces rather than clocks. (Many thanks to wikipedia)