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How To Add Watch Stem Extenders And Crowns

In this post I will show you how to add watch stem extenders and crowns to repair broken stems in watches. I will also point out to you the required …


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Top 10 Watchmaking Book To Read

In this post we will arrange for you the top 10 watchmaking and watch repair book you should read. You want to learn watchmaking but you don’t know where to …


Replacing The Movement of A Vintage Seiko 2P20 Watch

The Seiko 2P20 Watch is a vintage watch series from Seiko Watch Corp released in the 80’s. They are now discontinued. They were fine watches made for ladies with very …


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How To Set The Time In A Citizen 6870 Movement

The Citizen 6870 Movement is a quartz analog movement which feature a variety of functions. It comes with eight modes consisting of time, alarm 1, alarm 2, chronograph, 0-position check, …


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How To Replace A Watch Movement Quartz

Not all quartz movement can be repaired, examples are japanese Hattori Movements (PC series). So after attempting to replace the battery in a watch with such movements, you see that …


Seiko 7009 Movement Not Winding Up

The Seiko 7009 movement is an automatic watch movement which winds itself by the movement of the wrist. The way the Seiko 7009 movement winds itself is one of the …


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Casio SGW200 Calorie Meter Watch And Its Band

The Casio SGW200 is a great watch designed for runners to support their daily routines. The watch features world time, stopwatch, timer, alarm, an acceleration sensor that uses step count …


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How to Change A Battery In A Watch

How to Change A Battery In A Watch? Quartz watches use batteries and they have limits. Some batteries may last for a year and others up to 10 years. What …


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How to open a watch case? Do It Yourself

So you want to open your watch case but you don’t know if it is safe for you to open it. You have never done that before? Well let us …


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How to clean a watch? Do It Yourself

Watches are exposed to various substances such as the wearer’s own sweat, mud, soil, cooking oil, grease, and coal, among others. Hence, watches tends to become dirty very rapidly and …


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