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  1. Watchmaking
    Hello! Does anyone know if it is possible to build a "vertical" minute hand or have seen one in a previous watch? I'm designing a wrist watch and I like the minute hand to be around 2mm high? Can a regular ETA movement carry such and where can I have it done/build? Any (relevant) input will be...
  2. Public Forum
    Just bought a Tissot quartz retrograde perpetual calendar (T063.637.16.037.00) with leather strap & deployant clasp. If the clasp is set up for my wrist size, I can't put the watch on; it won't go over my hand. If it is set large enough to go over my hand, it is much too large on my wrist. Hands...
  3. Russian watches
    I'm trying to teach myself some amateur watchmaking skills as I try to restore a few Vostoks. After acquiring some watchmaking tools and learning a ton in this forum, I've had some small successes. My biggest failures are with Vostok hands. With some patience, I've been able to remove/replace...
  4. Chinese Mechanical watches
    I am starting this second thread for the same topic discussed a few weeks ago for easy reference. Thinking of a watch project I struggled to understand the technical details for the various commonly used Chinese and Swiss movements. With the help and encouragement of the Chinese Mechanical...
  5. Seiko
    Seems like this movement has some strange hand sizes.. 152/100/17 (whereas seiko / ETA have 150/90/20) Any ideas?
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