Thank you, gentlemen...
I've just re-read both articles for the n-th time. Thanks very much for the effort you put into them.
I'd never head of the montres des sables before, and I definitely like them.
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Omega Central Tourbillon – Part 2: History of Development
Omega Central Tourbillon – Part 2: History of Development By Michael Ting M.D., Melvyn Teillol-Foo M.D. and Suitbert Walter 1 – PuristSPro.com Moderator 2 – ThePuristS.com Moderator We reviewed the History of Omega Observatory Trials and Precisio...
What a report, gentlemen. This is going to become. . .
. . .a reference benchmark which journalists and enthusiasts alike will return to again and again. Thank you; a great read; now if only I could afford for my interest in observatory tourbillons to be something besides Platonic . Jack
Michael, Melvyn and Suitbert, thank you so much
for this second part, which was just as exciting to read as was part 1. By the way, I have never seen the jewelled version as shown in fig. 15. Although normally I don't like jewelled watches (and would never wear them) this one looks surprisingly clean a...