Working once again, ticking along nicely

Jun 25, 2020,05:48 AM

Thanks all for your valuable suggestions about getting my timepiece running smoothly once again. So far so good, 11 hours and counting πŸ‘πŸ‘

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nope... [nt]

 By: nacelle : June 25th, 2020-05:54

Excellent news that is good to hear !

 By: Seeks : June 25th, 2020-06:01
What did you do to restart it? A gentle shake and the left it at the winder? Best regards

A few not so gentle shakes and onto the winder [nt]

 By: nacelle : June 25th, 2020-06:58
A firm deliberate "pat".

Not to brag, as you will quickly determine that admitting this I should be properly embarrassed, but having read your initial post I must admit to having dropped my Sapphire

 By: halgedahl : June 25th, 2020-06:13
Sandwich a number of times onto the carpeted bedroom floor from a standing position (therefore, more than 4 feet) and each time there has been absolutely no consequence. Might this be evidence that the greater complexity of the coaxial escapement equates ... 

agreed... [nt]

 By: nacelle : June 25th, 2020-06:56

Giving a diagnose to a watch I have not seen and where I have not had a second opinion from a colleague I feel I am skating on very thin ice here

 By: kjell_watchmaker : June 27th, 2020-02:09
But I would try to elaborate in very general terms out of my far from complete knowledge about anything ..... - If a watch received shock (falling, being knocked against something, hit with something) many things can happen; dislocating or jamming compone... 

Thank you sir.... [nt]

 By: nacelle : June 27th, 2020-05:59
I'm certainly skeptical that it will remain working as before, if it happened once it will undoubtedly occur at another time...


 By: Weems@8 : June 25th, 2020-13:09
Stay strong. In mind, let inspect your Speedmaster. Certificated Omega watch center. Many buro’s closed. Is there a possibility to send the watch to an Omega watch center? Insurance? When my Tissot fall, the hands were bend.