What are the hands on a watch?

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The hands of a watch are slender, pointed indicators mounted on the dial that move in coordination with the watch movement.

Their primary function is to indicate the time accurately, allowing users to effortlessly read hours, minutes, and seconds. Typically measuring between 6mm and 15mm in length, these delicate components are meticulously crafted to ensure both accuracy and aesthetic appeal

In addition to timekeeping, watch hands contribute to the overall design and legibility of a watch. Their length, shape, and color are carefully chosen to provide contrast and clarity against the dial background, ensuring easy readability at a glance.

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