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Horological Meandering: There're trade offs between big and slow versus small and fast

Here's the first part of a great two-part article looking at watch performance from the small and fast side of things: watchesbysjx.com And here is a great timekeeper that goes the other way:
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Independents: The hour and minute hand aren't quite aligned

So, at 6:00, the hour hand isn't quite pointing at 6. This was pointed out on IG and Ming Thien didn't handle the customer service experience as well as could be hoped.
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By: Spangles - Mr. Tabby
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Independents: Perfect watch for cry wolves! 🐺😹😹😹

I'm kidding! I saw the IG thread and it was a little crazy what happened. You handled it well even as Ming did not and I appreciated the follow up with watchmakers doing it right. I would add Charles Frodsham as a company that does service right. Anyhoo, the Ming watch looks nice! When it's fixed it
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Horological Meandering: 👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼

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A. Lange & Söhne: It should be the same metal as the case.

Ask a boutique for info.
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Independents: That's a good answer, thanks.

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