The front door has been raised 15cm to accommodate for the raised floor. The outer door is not nearly secure enough for a workshop. So I have fitted a super heavy duty steel door. We have also fitted the insulated plasterboard on the walls. Continue reading
It’s not as popular as earlier Omega movements, but I like the 1030. This customer watch is in very good original condition underneath the damaged crystal and only needs a routine service. Continue reading
A client sent in his lovely Junghans Automatic with a dial designed by legendary Bauhaus designer Max Bill. It’s preforming a little erratically and could benefit from a service. Continue reading
Finally we are seeing some real progress towards a completed workshop!;) The original floor was designed to cary animal waste down to a corner and out of the building. The easiest way to ensure a level floor plan is to construct a frame. On the photo to the left you can see we put down a second membrane (can’t be too careful) We have also bolted the joists to the floor with steel brackets as we don’t want any future sagging. Continue reading
A client had sent in this cool Yema chronograph, it is missing it’s bezel ring insert and not keeping time. Continue reading
Since last update we have dug a trench and laid power cables, waste pipe and water pipe up to the workshop. I have also applied a damp-proofing membrane on the floor.