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Mike44NJDevils

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  1. Thank you both for the replies. I plan on using my tax return to purchase the lessons. I really enjoy Mark's free content. It would be worth it to go through the lessons.
  2. As I'm tyring to figure out the proper tools and location (room, desk...kitchen table ain't gonna cut it), I'm curious about Mark's lesson videos. His free content on YT is already top notch, but I assume the classes get into depth and detail. I'm new to this, after years of interest. I would like, at the very least, to be able to learn the skills to become at least decent at watchmaking. I've looked into the NAIOSW school in Dallas, however, that program is booked until June 2021.
  3. Hello there! As I'm sure many on here would say, I stumbled upon Mark's videos. I have always been a tinkerer, and had a passing interest in "how watches worked". After watching some videos, coupled with my inner want to work with my hands, I dove in. I really enjoy working with the tiny parts, and see how the heart of a watch works. I do expect I will ask nothing but silly "n00b" questions for quite some time.
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