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    Pardon my ignorance, but I was recently looking at an auction that listed a lot of antique watches with some big names (Omega, Rolex, Tudor) and I realized how much knowledge I lacked. I love watches, but being newish to the hobby and wanting to take it more seriously, I'd like to learn more...
  2. Books, Tools, Winders & Other Watch Accessories
    I’m still a total beginner when it comes to watches, even though I’ve spent a solid year and a half learning what I can. I like to read and wanted to see what everyone has for book recommendations. I like to learn about the history of these watches the most but I don’t care if it’s a book about...
  3. Books, Tools, Winders & Other Watch Accessories
    Back during the holidays 2018, my wife very kindly ordered a copy of DriveTime by Aaron Sigmund from Amazon. The order never arrived and the website now shows the book as unavailable. I assume they must have sold out the entire first printing and no more are forthcoming? Does anyone know if...
  4. Public Forum
    Have you bought a watch out of love for Science Fiction? I have! I spent a lot! I have loved Frank Herbert's Dune since high school. I learned many truths about the world through Herbert. I bought the Sinn U1 - Desert because of my love for Science Fiction. Here is my Dune with custom straps.
  5. Watches - Books, Parts, Tools, Winders
    A one good to have. Bell & Ross watches are very nice watches. More and more people get to know them and like these watches. This is a good looking, modest Bell & Ross Box. Easy size taking shipment of your sold merchandising into account. Comes with: - Outer Box - Inner Box - Guarantee card >...
  6. Books, Tools, Winders & Other Watch Accessories
    Hi All, I'm new here and i was wondering if any of you could recommend a good book about learning watch movements. It's not that i want to become a watch repair person but i just want to learn more about watches, to understand what the jeweler is telling me or when meeting other watch fans...
  7. Books, Tools, Winders & Other Watch Accessories
    Could you recommend me any book about watch history? Not just brand catalogs.
  8. Books, Tools, Winders & Other Watch Accessories
    I always have been a enthusiast of watch but only recently i start searching and reading about watches. Obviously i started to like all the digital ones..now i just love the engineering of mechanical ones, on that though i planned to learn a bit more about them. I usually by the "Wristwatch...
  9. Watchmaking
    I am new to horology, in study of considerable depth, and I've accumulated a long-lasting interest in watches and mechanisms of all kinds. I am searching for advice on the following motion: making my own watch (not necessarily from scratch). I am looking for advice on the gravity of the notion...
  10. Public Forum
    Hi Guys. I have suddenly become very interested in watches, the history, the movements, the ideals behind the brands that have shaped so many generations and become iconic representations on their own accord. I know that watchmakers train for years upon years to properly understand their craft...
  11. Breitling
    How's about a thread that combines some nice pics and some nods in the direction of some cracking aviation reads? First up, a couple of books by Patrick Bishop about RAF pilots in WW2. I can't recommend these enough, and the second book, Bomber Boys, inspired me to research my Dad's cousin...
  12. Casio G-Shock
    Well we've had films, food and bunnies, so now the book thread! 1. What is your favourite book 2. What are you reading now? I'm more of a film buff but enjoy a book also, I'm sure their will be some interesting choices My fave would be 'IT' by Stephen King ( Very highbrow I know!) Currently...
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