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The Watch Video Rewind for July 13, 2014



It’s Sunday, so that means it’s time for some lazy morning watching, courtesy of the Watch Video Rewind.  Today, we’ve got a Rolex getting taken apart, a hands-on review of the Omega Constellation, and a very musical wristwatch.

First up, the team over at Watchfinder & Co put this video up about a Rolex Submariner getting taken apart and put back together.  For some reason, these types of videos never get old for me – no matter the brand or the production values (this one is pretty good in that regard), I just love seeing these micro machines getting taken apart, showing us their mysteries.  One of these days, I’ll finally bite the bullet and take one apart myself.

Next, over at the aBlogtoWatch channel, Ariel takes us through a video review of two versions of the Omega Constellation Co-Axial 38mm.  While this isn’t a model we see a lot these days, he gives us a quick overview of the history, and what this particular watch is all about.

Last, but certainly not least, we’ve got a video that takes us through the Ruge Boegli wristwatch, which, along with being a mechanical watch, it has a music box built in to play Vivaldi’s Four Seasons.  Perhaps best for someone who really likes the tune, it’s an interesting mixup of what we’d normally expect from a watch.

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