What is a watch Crown?

– A watch Crown is the button, or knob, on the end of a spindle that is used for adjusting the time and/or date on an analogue non digital watch. Generally, winding is done with the crown flush against the watch, pulled out once to adjust the date and pulled out a second click to adjust the time. The crown is generally round and ridged to provide grip on the fingers.

 

Different types of watch Crowns

Diamond Crown

Cylindrical Crown

Thin Disk Crown

Push Button Antique Style Crown

Threaded Crown with Outside Casetube Threads

Threaded Crown with Inside Casetube Threads

Water Resistant Crown

Dust proof Crown

Flat Crown

Domed Crown

Jewelled Crown

Water Resistant Crown Flush Post

Water Resistant Crown Medium Post

Water Resistant Crown Long Post

Jewelled Water Resistant Crown

Domed Water Resistant Crown

Extra Large Water Resistant Crown

Swiss Army Style Crown Thick