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The Watch Video Rewind For November 30, 2014

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Welcome back to our regular installment, the Watch Video Rewind.  Today, we’ve got three different videos for you at differing lengths.  Hey, it’s a long weekend, so why not spend a bit more time reviewing some watch videos?

First up, we have a video about something I am going to hazard not many of us have thought about – how a quartz watch works.  In this short video (found via Reddit), we have a concise explanation for how they work, and even how the quartz tuning forks are calibrated.

Next up, we have yet another classic Hamilton movie about mechanical watch movements.  (another Reddit find).  Regardless, if you like the vintage news story style, this is another fun one.  Sure, it is one that we have run before, but it’s a great video, and worth another posting.

Finally, we have an entry from the Talking Watches series over at Hodinkee.  Today, they are talking with a personality I am very familiar with from Tech TV, Digg, and Diggnation – Kevin Rose.

And that wraps things up for us today.  If you run across a cool watch-related video, drop us a line!

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