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Service: Universal Geneve Tri-compax. Calibre 381.

A customer has sent in a triple date chronograph! It’s a 1940’sUniversal Geneve Tri Compax calibre 481 This beast needs a service. 

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Service: Certina Ds-2 Chronolympic. Calibre Valjoux 232

This Chronolympic is overdue a service and stops when the chronograph is engaged. Interesting to finally do a DS protected chronograph! 

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I wish you all a lovely festive season.

A big thanks to all my great customers and the people that enjoyed my blog 2019. Hope you have a super 2020! 

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Service Seiko Chronograph (UFO) Calibre 6138

A customer has sent in his Seiko chronograph. It’s funky, complicated and stops when the chronograph is engaged. This will be fun;)

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Service: Citizen Super Jet calibre: 1160 and 1161

A client has sent in two very cool Citizen Super Jet’s for a service. 80m and a 150m(Japan Explorer)

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Service: Bifora 115 Skin diver.

All right! I got inspired and got myself a Bifora skin diver.. As you can see it’s looking pretty rough and needs a little work!

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Repair Bifora Skin diver calibre: 910/1

A customer has sent me something I don’t see everyday! This Bifora Skin-Diver is not running and needs some TLC! 

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Service: Patek Philippe calibre 30-300 PM

A customer has sent in his Patek Philippe calibre 30-300 PM for a service.

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Nerds wanted.

After a lot of positive feedback on my current site, I’m inspired to evolve this website into mitka.co.uk Mark II. This will be an independent blog site that focuses on the really cool/nerdy watch stuff and not just following the … Continue reading

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Service/restoration Helvetia calibre 75A

Here is a great Art Deco Helvetia from the 30’s. It is not running and the case looks a little tatty. The movement however looks to be in very good condition.

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