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  1. Watchmaking
    Hi guys. (I don't know where to best put this thread but since it's more technical, it's here.) I have a newly acquired vintage omega seamaster caliber 471 that stops intermittently. Pulling the crown out does get it started again and so does advancing the time clockwise. Without having had an...
  2. Omega
    I bought an Omega SMP 300m 40mm black dial wave line watch in April 2012, this watch was impeccable. I wear it everyday. It stopped exactly 3 times, each time it stopped less than 12 hours after the power reserve exhausted(passed the 48 hour reserve) This morning was the 3rd time, so I...
  3. Straps & Bracelets
    Im planning to get a rubber strap, a black one. I have had a black rubber strap before that came with a Stuhrling watch and didnt attract dust or lint (my biggest concern) at all. I then bought a black rubber strap and the strap i bought attracted dust like there was no tomorrow. Im planning...
  4. News from the Watch Industry
    MOON DUST-DNA In its ongoing journey from Earth to Moon, RJ-Romain Jerome has dreamed up a new generation of time instruments. The Moon Dust Red Mood Chrono carries all the distinctive RJ-Romain Jerome design codes: four “paws”, circular satin-brushed 3 and 6 o’clock counters, screw-locked lugs...
  5. Watchmaking
    What is best method for keeping "dust" out of watch case before "casing" up the watch: Hey everyone, I was wondering if you all could help with some suggestions on cleaning dust out of a watch case right before casing up a watch. I have tried a blower (doesn't really help that much), and...
  6. Casio G-Shock
    Behold, my new creation! DW-6630B module with polarising filter held in place with silicone oil, my old Mudman bezel and a 6900-series resin band. This has a big "G" in the backlight. By the way, this is an object lesson in remembering to dust your watch before taking a photo...!
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