For anyone that enjoys watching the occasional watch restoration video on YouTube, I've just uploaded my first. Please bare in mind that this is only the 2nd watch I have taken apart so a few lessons were learnt 😅
Thanks for the kind words AtomicTom! The journey continues, I have another vintage watch in the works that is a non runner, this one with a date wheel so a step up in terms of challenge.Hello again JSG. 😀
Wow, have to say your Mechanical Engineering expertise
seems to really have made your watchmaking skills terrific
already ! 😮🏆 Seriously, most of us just enjoy watches in
general, as well as wearing them. However, only a handful
of us have any watchmaking knowledge, or abilities. So you
are way ahead of the game.
Actually is just remarkable seeing how careful, and meticulous
you are at every turn. Not to mention unbelievably fun ! Honestly
also loved the way you explained things as you were doing them
too. It sounded like you have been doing this for decades to be
totally truthful. 😲 ..Holy cow, well done !!!
Thank you so very much for doing these videos for people,
as well as taking the time to post like this here.
My pleasure JSG ! 🙂 Yes, it is really great because the journeyThanks for the kind words AtomicTom! The journey continues, I have another vintage watch in the works that is a non runner, this one with a date wheel so a step up in terms of challenge.
I'll do some digging around and post the watch on this forum to find some more info on the movement/watch to include in the next video