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Horological Meandering: 1 in 6, that's 16%, about Apples market penetration in "Smartphones".

It appears to me that the "Smart Watch" craze is leveling off. Most of the people who I know who have them are not wearing them any more. Maybe I have a very special market slice around me, but I consider them expensive quartz watches, a different market. Don
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WatchTech: Not a Swatch Group brand.

Swatch Group has a company that is named Endura, but they do not sell watches under their own name. They make private label watches for many companies. Many of the "fashion label" watches are made for the fashionistas by Endura. I doubt they will be able to help you to repair this watch (which is ve
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Independents: It was one of my favorites at the SIHH this year

My report: www.watchprosite.com Don
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By: DonCorson
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Independents: I'm wondering ...

if this design is just for public viewing, but not what is actually in the watch. As you say Ondrej, I see no anti-shock function for lateral shocks. (or are the pivots so long that they are springy themselves???) Don
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WatchTech: Brasport

They have a factory store in La Chaux-de-Fonds, it is pretty new and I have never been there so I don't know what kind of stock they have there. Or contact their sales, they will make you whatever you want. Don
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WatchTech: EPHJ 2018 in Geneva, the Professional Watchmaking and Jewellery Environment

Each year one of the highlights of the watchmaking year is the EPHJ exposition at the Palexpo in Geneva. This year was no exception. Let's follow the arrow and enter the EPHJ. The evolution of this fair over the last 10 years has been toward industrial watchmaking and away from the individual watchm
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By: DonCorson
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Independents: David Walter - Exhibition Tourbillon

David Walters newest is a tourbillon clock based on A.L.Breguet 's piece nr. 1252, a table clock with a big tourbillon to show off his latst patents, the troubillon and a constant force escapement. The original clock was made around 1810 and sold in 1814 to the Prince Regent, later King George IV. H
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