Mechanical manual wind wrist watches are driven by a mainspring which needs to be wound, usually every day. There are some eight day variations.
Automatic or self-winding wrist watches are wound automatically by the motions of the wrist. When fully wound, they build up a power reserve of approximately forty hours.
Modern quartz wrist watches are powered by a battery.
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