If you are new to a field, chances are, you will interchange some terms. They may look similar, or sometimes, sound the same. Though in reality they are different, although at times, only in little ways; a small midge in each other’s definition.
Horology has such terms in chronometer and chronograph. People tend to interchange their meaning, and although they are similar in a way, they are also different.
So, what is the difference between a chronograph and a chronometer?
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The chronograph has more tyme knobz