Generally speaking, there are three types of watch hands: small-second hands, three central hands and standard hands. Their differences are as follows. If there is a small second dial on the big dial, this type is called small-second hands. The second hand is separated from minute hand and hour hand. Three central hands means these three hands are set on the same axis. The standard hands means three hands are set on the different axises.
Today, let’s talk about two replica watches with small-second hands respectively belonging to Omega and TAG Heuer.
Omega replica watches with silver dials are driven by 2627 calibre, self-winding mechanical movements that can save 48-hour power. There is a date aperture at 3 and a small second dial at 9 o’clock. Few colors are used on them. But the fancy design makes the watches full of elegance and decency.
TAG Heuer copy watches with silver dials are driven by 6 calibre, self-winding mechanical movements that can save 38 to 44-hour power. The diameter of steel cases is 39mm. There is a small second dial with blue hand and a date aperture at 6 o’clock. The blue hands, hour markers match the blue straps well give people an impression of simpleness and steadiness.
Actually, small-second hands are the very traditional type and always can display unique designs and changeable effects. The small second dials can be set on any places of the dials. Every design of three hands all gives people a fresh and aesthetic feeling.