The Japanese Quartz Movement

It’s that time, you pick up your first Sergius Ace timepiece, as you glance through your new watch you read on the caseback that the watch has Japanese Quartz Movement integrated. Don’t worry, we from team Sergius Ace will perfectly tell you how it’s done.


What Is The Japanese Quartz movement?

You may be aware that every watch has a unique movement. The watch's movement is essentially its engine. Your watch would simply not function without some form of movement. Mechanical and quartz movements are the two types of movement. We'll be looking at the quartz movement, specifically the Japanese Quartz Movement. Let’s start it off with the history off the Japanese Quartz. The mechanism, rather than the quartz, is Japanese in origin, as the quartz mechanism was invented by Japanese watchmakers in 1969 and has since been used in hundreds of watches.


Why Did we choose for Japanese Quartz Movement?

Quartz movements, and specifically the Japanese Quartz Movement, are incredibly precise and do not require human interaction to function, but these are only two of the reasons they are so popular. They also require less maintenance because there are fewer moving parts. This increases their durability since fewer moving components equals fewer parts that may need to be repaired. Quartz movements are considerably less expensive, making them more accessible to you. As a result, the combination of precise time, ease of use, elegant design as a result of the quartz battery's slimness, low required maintenance, and lastly great durability are all reasons that contribute to Sergius Ace's confidence in the Japanese Quartz Movement.


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