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Horological Meandering: Wild Turkey

That is a great unique inexpensive whiskey. Makes me think of duck or goose hunting season.
13d
By: roundel
0

IWC: Cool pair

I have an EZM1 (ti version). It is a great watch although it came with folded metal endlinks so I always have it on a strap. I’ve looked at the IW3536 a thousand times, but never pulled the trigger. It is an icon. I think both of your divers show much more personality and interest than a Sub or SD.
13d
By: roundel
2

Glashütte Original: Positions

At the factory they adjust for 5 positions crown up, down, left, right, and dial up (I think). I simply adjust and wear for a day. I am at 4 for 24 hours against an atomic clock. That’s better than the -8 seconds before I started.
18d
By: roundel
1

Glashütte Original: TZ

Way back in the 90s, Timezone had an online watch making course run by Walt Odets. It came with tools and a movement to disassemble and then reassemble. It did not make me a watchmaker, but I learned enough to make simple adjustments to rate on a movement with index.
18d
By: roundel
1

IWC: Wear

19d
By: roundel
2

IWC: Strap

The strap is from the latest simple Miramar pilot. Hodinkee also had it on their ceramic version. It measures 20x18 and I have one on my GO. Great strap but wears kinda quickly at the keepers.
19d
By: roundel
1

Glashütte Original: Cal 100

I had to sharpen my smallest screwdriver, and the screw through the swan neck is parallel with the base plate which definitely is harder. I went from a tad slow to a tad fast.
19d
By: roundel
1

Glashütte Original: Ceramic Perpetual

In honor of this special day, I adjusted the rate today.
19d
By: roundel
2