Analog watches are traditional timepieces that use a display featuring hour, minute and sometimes second hands to indicate the time. The watch typically has a dial that is marked with hour and minute indicators, and the hands on the watch move around the dial to show the current time.
Analog watches may also feature additional functions such as a date display, a stopwatch, or a moon phase indicator. These features are often displayed on sub-dials or windows on the watch face.
Analog watches are powered by either a battery or a mechanical movement. Battery-powered analog watches use a quartz crystal to keep time, while mechanical analog watches use a complex system of gears and springs to keep time. Some high-end mechanical watches are powered by automatic movements, which are self-winding and do not require a battery. These watches can be worn with a variety of watch straps and bracelets, including NATO watch straps.
Analog watches are popular for their classic and timeless style and are available in a wide range of designs and price points, from simple and affordable to luxurious and high-end.