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IWC Shows Us How Its Done

Posted on 20 December 2013 by Patrick Kansa

 

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The it in this case referring to after-sales service. Often times, when we’re looking to buy a watch, having it serviced is the furthest thing from our minds. Of course, if you’re buying a mechanical watch, service is inevitable – any machine with moving parts is going to need some TLC now and again. Continue Reading

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Chasing High Beat Rates

Posted on 03 October 2013 by Patrick Kansa

 

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If you’ve been following any watch blog for some time, you’ve noticed that the beat rate of a movement will be referenced as part of the article. Or, if a specific rate isn’t mentioned, you might have the phrase “high beat” or “slow beat” as a point of reference. Have you ever wondered why we watch writers seem to obsess over watches that contain high-beat movements? Continue Reading

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Historical Horology: How A Mechanical Watch Works

Posted on 03 February 2013 by Patrick Kansa

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I had a friend send me a link for this video, and I knew this would be something perfect for this Sunday series of posts. Continue Reading

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RGM And The Art Of Guilloche

Posted on 23 December 2012 by Patrick Kansa

Came across this very cool video from RGM on the guilloche process.  It”s amazing that such a jameshallison casino large (and old) piece of equipment can create such intricate designs.

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Ever Wonder How A Watch Strap Is Made?

Posted on 23 May 2012 by Patrick Kansa

Well, wonder no more!  The folks over at Hadley-Roma have a video showing you how it’s done:

 

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A Great Video On Brooklyn Watches

Posted on 29 March 2012 by Patrick Kansa

If you watch just one thing today, I recommend that it be this video:

 

The Watchmaker from Dustin Cohen on Vimeo.

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Testing Orient Watches At The NAWCC School Of Horology

Posted on 22 August 2011 by John Biggs

It’s not every day you see a man in a lab coat test some of the more affordable watches out there but this fellow from the NAWCC School of Horology is totes serious about his craft. Enjoy this seven minute description of watch testing courtesy of our buddies at Watchdig

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Watchmaker Linde Werdelin goes all Jonny Quest on us with their new ad campaign

Posted on 03 June 2010 by John Biggs

Ariel at ABlogtoRead has the goods on watchmaker Linde Werdelin’s new ad campaign featuring a crazy cartoon adventure in which the company’s sexy watches.
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