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Jaeger-LeCoultre: triovis fine regulator

they would of re adjusted the set angle that is used between the stud holder and the screw regulator which is critical as yours seems to of had a shock and moved . now are within the set degree limits and readjusted the screw regulator to run very well now a demag would not re cover from that great
6d
By: golden hands
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: torque

the manual/instruction booklet for mine does not state how many turns of the crown are required to start the watch . just to fully wind it-having said that... it does take a lot of winding to get sufficient torque in the mainspring to get to the escapement and the beating heart to start. the origins
10d
By: golden hands
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Horological Meandering: MANUAL WINDING WATCH(MWW) AND YOUR BEST FRIEND ON WINDING

these aids on manual winding or crown rotating setting for the wristwatch come in 4 sizes for the smallest ladies wristwatch to the mans wristwatch the smallest starts at 2mm and goes up to 7mm diameter crown with parallel shoulders- in graduated sizes they are operated by pressing the right hand sp
2M
By: golden hands
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Omega: genuine omega parts

after consulting my omega library best thing is to strip the dial from the movement and see what's written on the back of the brass dial 1 the dial with arabic numerals 12-2-4-6-8-10 is not seamaster as all the ones i can find have 12-3-6-9 if arabic numerals are used from the 1950's on seamaster 2
3M
By: golden hands
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Vacheron Constantin: have you read the watch manual which will advise on winding

if the model has calibre 4400 which has a power reserve of 65 hours-to fully wind would require approx 80 or more thumb roll turns of the crown when you feel resistance is normal-(as the mainspring is winding around the barrel arbor) and to keep on going-if you use your nails of your thumb and index
3M
By: golden hands
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Vacheron Constantin: hacking seconds?

i assume this model has the stop seconds for setting the exact time to the second if the movement worked ok in the shop and can be fully wound then i would assume that the lever that stops the balance wheel may be the problem-if you turn over the watch to the movement you may see the problem-as a sm
3M
By: golden hands
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Patek Philippe: there maybe another way to look at the fault of the lines not being uniform

this mistake could make this watch a one off and very valuable watch and a multiple of the price paid for it just a thought!!
3M
By: golden hands
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Horological Meandering: greubel and forsey

from the box of 4-the top one -which model is this one? if there are 5000 pieces that they own-what is their budget set aside for servicing and upkeep? and they would need a room on its own to house the boxes and paperwork that come with that many watches
4M
By: golden hands
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Horological Meandering: box of four

next to the moser endeavour mr is the de bethune db 25 starry varius
4M
By: golden hands
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