Welcome back to our regular installment, the Watch Video Rewind. Today, we’ve got three different videos for your viewing enjoyment.
First up, we’ve got a video from a really great cable show, “How It’s Made” (if you’ve not seen it before, check it out). This one walks us through the buildup of a Blancpain watch, with a bit of history lesson, and explanation of what the various parts are.
Thought that was nice, but you want some more detail about the various parts of the gear train? Then this one is for you…
This last one is a bit of a bonus, but I really love the looks of this planetarium watch, so I thought I would throw it in.
And with that, we’ll wrap up this edition of the Watch Video Rewind. If you have a video you think the world needs to see, feel free to let us know.
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