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minute hand

[′min·ət ‚hand]
(horology)
The long hand on a timepiece, indicating minutes.
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The hour and minute hands move only once per minute, leading to huge static and inertia loads for the bearings to carry.
The hour and minute hands will be halted for around seven hours, restarting on a temporary mechanism while the old one is repaired.
The hour and minute hands are moved in tandem by using a knob on the back of the clock.
The luminous hour and minute hands and the crystal-clear numbers on the dial make it easy to see the time either day or night.
They were typically provided with only an hour hand, although wealthier, more demanding customers could order clocks with minute hands as well.
This choice has enabled them to achieve the feat of accommodating within an ultraA[degrees]thin case a selfA[degrees] winding movement fitted with two barrels ensuring a 65A[degrees]hour power reserve and driving hour and minute hands along with small seconds at 6 o'clock and the date at 3 o'clock.
5cm x 10cm, has a classic silver and chrome casing, clear easy to read numbers and luminous hour and minute hands as well as a second hand.
This functional watch comes with blue, grey, black and neon yellow links, as well as a constellation map and magnifying glass that attaches to the black dial with neon yellow hour and minute hands.
Clock" features two Dodge Ram pickup trucks playing the hour and minute hands on a giant titanium clock.