One watchmaker's day

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Re: One watchmaker's day

Post by TemerityB » June 27th 2016, 9:43pm

Man, that was great, honestly.

I once watched a guy take a watch apart and put it back together, but the watch in this link was a far better one. The time, the care, the smarts, the skill. I mean, wow.

That's the real deal right there. Great post, love; don't know how you found that one, but it was worth the long read.
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Re: One watchmaker's day

Post by biglove » July 4th 2016, 4:49am

TemerityB wrote:Man, that was great, honestly.

I once watched a guy take a watch apart and put it back together, but the watch in this link was a far better one. The time, the care, the smarts, the skill. I mean, wow.

That's the real deal right there. Great post, love; don't know how you found that one, but it was worth the long read.



Was dumb luck, actually. Was surfing Imgur and stumbled across it.
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