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A customer has sent in his lovely Grand Seiko Chronometer for a service. It’s running and looks good, but could do with a routine service.
A client has sent me his Omega chronograph featuring an early 321. He got the watch in exchange for cutting some firewood back in 1979.. It has since been lying in a drawer. I would say that was a pretty good … Continue reading
This Longines looks close to unused and I doubt it’s ever been opened before. This is a late 70’s diving chronograph with a depth meter built in the crystal. This works where there is a red marker inside a tube … Continue reading
I got this interesting Gallet commander. It’s in need of a service as it randomly keeps stopping.
A customer has sent in his sad looking Speedmaster. It’s not running and will not wind. Nothing a little TLC can’t fix;)
This Eterna has probably never been serviced before, the case has never been polished and it still features the original crystal.
This watch was issued to the German army during WW2 and it looks to have been assaulted by various watchmakers since then… There are a few parts missing, but it’s mostly complete and I think it deserves a second chance.