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  • Videos must be in keeping with the theme of this forum, Watches & Horology - repairs or restorations.
  • Practical demonstrations of associated techniques used in watch repair are allowed.
    For example: Machining, Metal Work, Engraving, Watch Manufacturing, Component Engineering, etc.
  • Videos with only commercial sales content should not be posted here.
  • If you are a YouTuber and you make regular watch repair tutorials or demonstrations then you can post here, but please make it clear that you are the creator.

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