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Offline dbluefish

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What's inside?
« on: August 15, 2010, 10:04:23 PM »
I always see watch faces and that is true on most forums.  But inside, locked away from prying eyes, are sometimes some beautiful movements even if they are basically undecorated.

So I went through my old watches and found this picture.  '70's Zodiac 2 register chronograph. 



Offline jon p

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Re: What's inside?
« Reply #1 on: August 16, 2010, 10:46:14 AM »
PAUL, nice!! i agree, the movements ARE an amazing piece of machinery. i have a 3 register 1958 wakemann crono and after seeing the movemant i now know why it costs 175. to 300. to clean and adjust one. it takes a lot of skill to work on one with SO many parts. mine is a manual wind, the automatics are even MORE complicated. i also own a 60s 2 register wakemann that was restored when i bought it. this hobby is so interesting, you learn something new every day.  JON


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