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hi to all of you.
let me just present you my new project.
it's a blog reviewing watches, precisely watch movements.
the point is to demonstrate somehow how the movements are made
from the inside.
i used my camera combined with my modest skills, and put that together
in the blog. hope you will like it.
my blog
i plan to upload weekly new vids so any suggestion for a future review is welcome! just don't ask me to disassemble a da vinci or stuff like that :)
 

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change the music to bond and youll be all set.:-!

Actually I took apart afrinds G that had water intrusion and I was wondering where that little spring went, now I know!


Thx
 

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Thanks for the operation:-!

This is just my suggestion but I think the case construction is also interesting to be highlighted, especially in certain watch models which construction is one of the important feature like in G-Shocks, diver watches, etc. Like while you dissecting them we could see what made a G so shock resistant, where the gaskets on a diver are located and how thick they are etc.
 

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Its a bit hard to read the text with the dark stripes on the sides in the background :-(. Or maybe its like that just on my PC?
 

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thx to everyone.
the blog have some problems with firefox, hope i'll resolve them quickly.
sorry for that.
just planing a new review for the blog... probably a mechanical hand winding movement!
 
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