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–« Back to Glossary Index