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  1. Watches - Books, Parts, Tools, Winders
    These are great tools to check your mechanical watches. Whole package shipped $149 Timegrapher is like new in box and works like a charm.
  2. Watchmaking
    I recently came across a new old stock dive watch with a base of either a 2824-2 or a Sellita SW200. I have not opened it to see the which movement is enclosed. This watch is circa 2012 to 2014. I always wanted to get one back in the day but just couldn't swing it at that time. So I came...
  3. Ball Forum
    Hey Ball Connoisseurs- Just wondering if anyone had heard anything regarding the lift angle of the Ball in-house movement. Has anyone has put the new In-house movement (7309-C) on a timegrapher and what lift angle was used? I have looked all around and have not found it. I have not...
  4. Watches - Books, Parts, Tools, Winders
    Works perfect no issues. 120+ shipping Paypal
  5. Watchmaking
    Hey everyone! I would like to share a project that I've been working on for a while. After a few different variations, I think that this is my final design for the time being. Project background: For many in this hobby, applications like Toolwatch are great because they allow you to determine...
  6. Watches - Books, Parts, Tools, Winders
    I have one Lepsi Scope Timegrapher that runs with software for Android or iPhone devices and will tell you the Timing (seconds fast or slow), Amplitude and Beat Error for Mechanical/Automatic watches. Awesome tool to keep track of your own collection to evaluate the condition of potential...
  7. Watchmaking
    I got the weishi 1900 and have a few questions as the manual is in broken english. 1) What does the 2 graphs being plotted actually represent? I would of thought it would of been the seconds per day variation but that goes up and down while the graph is constant. 2) What period do people...
  8. Public Forum
    Anyone using the "Lepsi Scope" Watch Timegrapher/Analyzer? Arranged for free shipping at $369 but looking for real-world feedback. Anyone have experience with this awesome sounding device for measuring accuracy, amplitude, and beat error while interfacing with modern iPhone/Android smartphones...
  9. Watchmaking
    Hello, I am looking for a timegrapher on ebay to regulate my mechanical watches. Browsing ebay shows mainly 2 models a generic and Weishi model 1000 and 1900. Seemingly there is no different between the a generic and weishi branded model. Is that true? There is little information about the...
  10. Omega
    Hi all, I have been trying to set up a piezo-electric sound pickup as an input to "Tickoprint" time-grapher app on my Galaxy S5. Got a bare piezo element with lead wires, tried to connect it through an old mobile headphone mike setup (it had a small 10mm x 10mm pcb with electret mic, removed...
  11. Watchmaking
    Thanks to TG software, I was able to time my omega 176.0012. I get a beat error of 0.2 on average, amplitude of 240-250°, both lines look very good, not single dots everywhere. I get same readings face up, down or on the sides. It is running at +30s/d right now so will open it up and regulate a...
  12. Public Forum
    So it's my birthday this weekend and liking watches and being somewhat geeky I bought myself a Timegrapher (the 1900 model, hasn't arrived yet) plus a couple of cheap Automatic watches to pull apart and play with. One question I would like to ask is how well could a Timegrapher be used to judge...
  13. Watches - Books, Parts, Tools, Winders
    In a fit of impulse,whim and fancy, I bought this timegrapher to measure accuracy of the watches Iown. I have used it for exactly one day only. Later I consolidatedmy watch collection into 2 Rolex watches, so I am selling the rest of thewatches and other things that I don't need. Pictures of...
  14. Public Forum
    Our august panel of experts weigh in on a timing machine trace from the Tour Watch. Which one has the correct diagnosis? Is this really that challenging? You decide. :think: WUSF6 Watchmakers of the World Watch Tour - Page 26
  15. Watchmaking
    I think this is a fantastic app. Superb tool for those who want to quickly 'rate' a watch in any position and haven't a timing machine...... https://www.watchuseek.com/f11/release-android-timing-machine-app-regulating-mechanical-pocket-watches-822115.html
  16. Public Forum
    Can anyone explain to me what's the function of a timegrapher? How does it work?
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