Kenneth Cole KC50920002:
This Kenneth Cole KC 50920002 wrist watch is absolutely all about style. The Jet black textured leather straps looks freaking awesome, and the price is really decent. It features a solid dependable Japanese Automatic analogue movement. The genuine leather band strap is comfortable and definitely of the bestest quality. Despite the fact that this watch is water resistant to 30M, we advise you to not go swimming while wearing it. Overall, it combines a series of details that make this watch completely different from other fashion timepieces. For the amount you’d have to pay for it, it is definitely worth it!
As always been appreciated by the fans of Kenneth Cole wrist watches, and this certain timepiece of theirs is a prime example why. This Kenneth Cole New York wrist watch can be worn on any occasion, and it fits comfortably on one’s wrist. It comes with a black color genuine leather strap, a silver skeleton dial and automatic movement. Additionally, this watch is water resistant to 30 meters, meaning it can withstand splashes of water only! The structure of this watch is ideal, while its bold style will take your, and your friends’ breath away! Buy this watch if you favour style and good value for the price.
What are the key components of automatic watch movements?
The mainspring is the power source of automatic watch movements. When the crown of an automatic watch is wound, kinetic energy is transferred to the coil mainspring. As more energy is stored, the mainspring becomes tighter and tighter, storing more energy for later use.
On the side of the watch is a small wheel, called a crown. The crown is turned, which winds the watch and enables it to run.
The energy stored within the mainspring is allowed to pass through the gear train, which is a small series of internal gears that make the watch hands and other parts of the watch face move.
The escapement is like an internal braking system within the timepiece. The energy that’s transferred from the mainspring to the gear train is expelled in equal parts, called escapement.
The balance wheel is an internal component that beats in a circular motion, at five to ten times per second.
The dial train is another series of gears similar to the gear train. The dial train transfers equal parts of energy from the balance wheel into the watch hands, enabling the hands to move.
Jewels are synthetic rubies that are put in the center of a gear to keep it in continuous motion and prevent wear-and-tear from heat and friction.
The rotor is a metal weight that looks like a half-circle. The rotor is attached to the movement and can swing freely as the wearer’s wrist moves. As the wearer moves and thus, moves the rotor, the rotor transfers power to the mainspring and twists it, where the energy is then stored. When the mainspring is fully wound, a clutch attached to the rotor is engaged. The clutch prevents the rotor from winding the mainspring further.