My LEGO needed a full service

 By: cazalea : August 13th, 2019-07:43
I cleared my bench to get the job underway. 

Notice the o-ring seal on the watch for maximum water 💦  resistance

Like Jocke, I have many special tools. 

But I needed to procure one more for this task. 

Watch now cleaned and running

Quick release bracelet is retained by this locking ring

Two-sided world timer bezel solved the issue of too much text in too little space 

The only question is where in the world we want to go today

I’m staying close to home so will leave the bezel off. 



 By: @lberti : August 13th, 2019-07:56
Well done.

Heartwarming report of the preservation of a timeless piece of horology ! [nt]

 By: Ron_W : August 13th, 2019-09:30
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Never knew there was a Lego watch. (nt)

 By: Ronald Held : August 13th, 2019-12:19

Fantastic work... I’m envious you have a Worldtimer... and i have a time only ☹️

 By: FRAMII : August 13th, 2019-12:42

You have a second hand and I don’t! [nt]

 By: cazalea : August 13th, 2019-15:39
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Good work, Mike!

 By: ChristianDK : August 13th, 2019-14:00

Time for a Lego forum on WPS?

Very cool tutorial, Mike. [nt]

 By: amanico : August 13th, 2019-14:30
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Fabulous :) [nt]

 By: jml_watches : August 13th, 2019-15:04
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Now you know why you spent time

 By: InDebtButOnTime : August 13th, 2019-17:36
learning how to maintain watches! I want one!... but I might hold out for
a more colorful livelier version. Ha Ha! smile Seriously, I had no idea there
was such an animal. Thanks for sharing!

I just found the rest of the LEGO kit

 By: cazalea : August 17th, 2019-07:03

(The Lotus and Smart were not included)