There are many popular, affordable, automatic watch movements that continue to run even when the crown is pulled out to the hand setting position. These are called non hacking movements. When an automatic or manual wind mechanical watch has a feature that stops the second hand when the crown is pulled out to the hand setting position, it is said to be a hacking movement. Hacking allows for precise time setting and synchronization. There are some movements such as the Seiko 7s26, for example, that while they are considered non hacking can be stopped by applying counter clockwise pressure on the crown while in the hand setting position. It is for this technique I would like to introduce the term backhand hacking for adaption and ratification by the WUS community. The pitch is that this simple term would become understood and used in mechanical watch reviews. For example my Made in India HMT Pilot is non hacking but can be backhand hacked. My vintage Timex with Model 24 movement is non hacking and also non backhand hacking. Having a simple term to describe this feature would benefit WUS members and perhaps the general public as well should the term go viral. This fact would be interesting to know about vintage movements by collectors, and may even help determine counterfeit movements from originals in some cases. I would love to see the term backhand hacking included in reviews and descriptions of all non hacking mechanical movements. Perhaps it will also inspire collectors to wind up some vintage watches out of a new curiosity and interest and report on their backhand hacking capability. That is the basic concept- now can go back to sleep.