Monthly Archives: May 2017
This Alpina is in very good condition for being a 60+ year old watch, but is in need of a routine service.
The King has entered the blog;) In the 1960’s Seiko wanted too show the world what they where capable of making. Seiko created two marques that would be produced at two different factories that could internaly compete to make the … Continue reading
Not long ago I blogged about a Lemania calibre 3170 and now I’m going to put together it’s cousin the 3060. This Lemania was bought as a complete project, but when I received the watch it was missing the bezel ring … Continue reading
Today it seems bigger is better, but it has not always been this way. In the 1930’s smaller was seen as more of a technical achievement as people where used to large pocket watches. This Eterna is 31.3mm but has … Continue reading
This lovely Helvetia is running well, but there is dirt in the movement that will cause wear in the long run, so it’s important to service the watch.
This Lemania has the unusual calibre 3170. The watch is not running and the case needs restoring.
I’m travelling to Japan tomorrow and will be away the next 11days. Maja my partner took a fancy to the Seiko Crown I did last week and I needed to service another one of my Japanese classics. This super cool … Continue reading
As you might have noticed by looking at my Longines collection, I really like the Longines calibre 12.68 series. This one is in need of a service and upper barrel arbor hole repair.
This Eterna is in wonderful condition but not keeping time. So time for a service;)