Watch manufacturing techniques have evolved from precision mechanism driven watches to digital circuitry driven movements. Most of the modern watches are manufactured using digital technology that is highly precise and extremely cheap. The traditional way of manufacturing a watch involved lot of skill and craftsmanship of the maker. Watch making was considered to be a noble and highly skilled profession. Each part of the watch was made of numerous smaller and miniature parts that were painstakingly assembled individually and then interlinked with the help of precision tools. The skill of the watch maker was considered to be vital to the making of the watch. Modern day digital watches involve none of the wizardry of craftsmanship and precision mechanisms and yet are the most accurate clocks ever produced. The difference lies in the manufacturing process entirely. Digital watches contain very less parts when compared to the older ones and even lesser movable parts. In fact, many digital watches have mechanisms that are one integrated set of immovable circuit. The digital circuitry involved in these watches help them run, maintain accuracy of time to the 1000th part of a millisecond and they also help the time to be displayed directly onto a digital screen.