A client has sent in his Citizen Diver for a service. It’s not keeping time and looks fairly beaten up. Continue reading
A customer has sent me his late grandfather’s Alprosa watch for repair, unfortunately the case back threads have corroded away and the case back is useless. I will see if we can find a donor case. Continue reading
A customer has sent in his Patek Philippe calibre 30-300 PM for a service. Continue reading
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A Client has sent in his Conquest calibre 291 for a service and case back enamel repair. He has also added 4 extra case backs to be repaired. Continue reading
It’s well known fact the Omega Speed master was the official watch that went to the moon. But Lemania was the company that made the 321 for Omega and is almost identical to Lemania’s own chronograph movement, 2510, which is a later name for their calibre 27CH-12. This Lemania CH27, sent in by a client, has the lowest production number I have ever seen. It’s not running and has a broken stem. Continue reading
A customer has sent in his lovely Revue sport that has stopped. It has the in-house calibre MSR X1 and I suspect a service will get it running again. I’m especially happy to work on this as when I was 16 I almost bought one as I loved the design. Continue reading
I picked this Seiko 6139-6010 up from Japan. The Serial number shows it was made in March 1969 and that means this month it turned 50 years old. The earliest I have seen are from February 69. It’s one of my favourite dial and case designs; 6139-8010 AD starburst blue with frost and red hands. This example is in very good original condition. It’s not running and I suspect it once received a good knock as the central second recorder has fallen off and the upper shock jewel is missing. Continue reading