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This beautiful looking Tudor chronograph was sent in by Mike for a routine service, most brands recommend servicing a luxury watch at around 4 – 5 year intervals. As a watchmaker, I certainly recommend trying to stick to servicing within every 5 years or so. After this point oils start to dry up, wear occurs… Continue Reading →
This Railmaster is a rather more unusual Omega, I don’t see many of these across my bench. It has the Omega 2201 calibre inside – a large pocket watch movement, similar to the likes of the ETA 6497 used in Panerai – but a lot nicer looking in my opinion. Its a simple manual wind… Continue Reading →
This Tag Heuer Aquaracer came to me for a service as it keeps stopping. As you can see from the dial, it says its a calibre 5 movement – as with a lot of the brands, they make a slight adjustment to the movement and name it something else, this is really a simple Sellita… Continue Reading →
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