You might be wondering what this watch gang feature on the Bezier curve is all about. It is really one of the most important aspects of our everyday life, and we want to make sure that it is properly implemented in our watches. When I say watch gang I am referring to the small band around the edge of our watches. This feature prevents your watch from slipping while wearing it.
To understand how to watch gang works, you need to first know what happens when you’re wearing your watch. At the moment you put it on, the clasp is pulled outwards. Once the clamp is released, you’re taking a little bit of an arc and your watch is held in place, as though the clasp was a lever that would take you back up again when you wanted to stop it. The same thing happens when you turn your wrist, you are brought back, a little bit, and you slide your watch into place, as if it was a lever. In order for this action to work correctly, you need to have something covering the edge of your watch.
This feature, called the watch gang is located just below the clasp on the inside of your watch. It’s the exact same placement as the clasp, but is used to cover up the edge of your watch. The watch gang keeps the clasp from being moved when the watch is worn.
You’ll see that your watch band is placed above the band that goes around your wrist. This design will hold the clasp in place while your watch is worn, but the watch band doesn’t have to come off in order for your watch to stay in place. If you don’t have the watch gang, it’s possible for the watch band to fall out of your watch, so you’ll have to remember to leave the watch on the entire time you wear it.
Now you know what the watch gang is for, let’s talk about how it’s used. It seems that most people don’t like this design, but it’s really not that bad. When the clasp on your watch gets on the edge, it may be a tight fit for you, but you don’t want to rip it out of your watch either. Because of the design of the watch gang, you can easily take it off without ripping the band.
Your watch gang is typically held in place by two pieces of plastic. The outer surface of the band is covered with this plastic, and the watch band is held on with a tiny pin. The plastic needs to move so that the pin can lock into place, which will keep the watch band in place.
Just like all watches have their own form of cork or rubber lining, the watch gang has its own cork or rubber lining. These are there to help prevent the watch band from coming loose and keeping the band from sliding around the watch once it’s slipped on.
Be sure to have a look at my page on Bezier curves for more details about watch gang. There is a nice guide on this design that will be of great help to you.