watchcase

watch·case

 (wŏch′kās′)
n.
The casing for the mechanism of a watch.

watchcase

(ˈwɒtʃˌkeɪs)
n
(Horology) a protective case for a watch, generally of metal such as gold, silver, brass, or gunmetal

watch•case

(ˈwɒtʃˌkeɪs)

n.
the case or outer covering for the works of a watch.
[1590–1600]
Translations

watchcase

[ˈwɒtʃkeɪs] Ncaja f de reloj
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With a kick from urban streetwear, each BIG BOLD is a statement piece boasting a striking O47mm watchcase. The Swiss watchmaker's latest product calls out to those who are proud to be different and not afraid to put themselves upfront: It has a kind of swagger that's confident and entirely unexpected.
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There is a multifunction, digital-time-keeping display, analog time display and a l00-meter water resistant watchcase. The MTM RAD can be worn by both professionals dealing with radiological materials and environments on a daily basis, and citizens concerned with possible radiation exposure.
Called the Controle Officiel Suisse des Chronometeres, or the COSC for short, this independent not-for-profit laboratory mirrors ISO 3159 testing procedures to measure the accuracy and performance of a mechanical watch movement before it is assembled into a watchcase. Only Swismade watch movements certified by the COSC are allowed to bear the coveted and internationally protected label "Official Swiss Chronometer," or even use the word "Chronometer" anywhere on the product, packaging or advertising.
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