As a long time equipment mechanic I deal with how small things have gotten over the last 25+ years. After watching hours of video it seemed to me watch repairs/tinkering might help me keep my small assembly skills in tune. Makes me feel old having to wear a magnifier or loupe now when "back in the day" we used a breaker bar and hammer to fine tune that .03mm clearance.
I'm currently looking at a ST2130 movement for a first inexpensive build to get me rolling before I dive in deeper. Basics first.
I've also had my eye out for an inexpensive, even broken, movement to play with but haven't had much luck yet. Any recommendations on an easy/cheep movement to start with?