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Horological Meandering: Thank you very much, Sir!

For the forum and for all the posts We only met once for a quick lunch two years ago, but that alone was a big pleasure. Have a happy next 25k! Best, Martin
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By: stromer
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Glashütte Original: You are right.

I was referring to COSC certification.
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By: stromer
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Glashütte Original: The most notable difference

between Swiss and German Chronometer procedures might be that in Switzerland the movements are tested before they are encased while in Germany the complete watch is tested. The latter eliminating the risk that the already tested accuracy of the movement might somehow be negatively affected during th
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By: stromer
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Glashütte Original: A very nice version of the Observer

The gray texture on the dial looks awesome How is the readability of the polished hands against the dial? I figure you had to play with the light a little to capture them like this? Best and have a nice Sunday, Martin
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By: stromer
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Glashütte Original: Depends on what which dial you are referring to.

There are white dial / blued hands / straight numerals grey dial/polished hands / straight numerals black dial/lumed hands/playful numerals At least for the last one there is a smaller alternative in the catalogue which employs the same design code: It uses the "new" cal. 36 while the 44mm versions
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By: stromer
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Glashütte Original: I would not expect any official information on this.

Nobody wants to encourage you officially to scratch your watch That said the 1,2 mm screwdriver I had at hand worked fine for me. The slots are a little longer than that. However I cannot tell how wide they actually are. Best, Martin
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By: stromer
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Horological Meandering: Warmest congrats, dear Art!

You have been a cornerstone of our place as long as I had the pleasure to be a very small part of it. Thanks a lot for this and for your friendship! Please give our warmest regards to The Nurse too Hoping to meet you again in a not too distant future ! Best, Martin
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By: stromer
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