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  1. I now considering a purchase of a timegrapher. China models is probably my immediate choice, but I have this and other hobbies learned that you sometimes might as well spend a little more since otherwise i often regret later and then must buy again. I can read here and there that the Chinese model works fine, but what model required for example to measure a watch with Co-axial, the model 1000, 1900 or 3000 ?? Does anyone have experience with this ??
  2. Evening all. Would anyone be able to tell me if the ratchet wheel from the Omega 2500c and the ETA 2892.A2 are the same? i've been having a look at cousins and the part for the Omega 2500c seems to be coming up as - Ratchet Wheel, Frederik Piquet 0021 31.020 priced at just over £14. However the Omega 2500c is based on the ETA 2892.A2 and the ratchet wheel for that is - Ratchet Wheel ( 415 ), ETA 2890 priced at £8.95 Its the Co-axial Movement. Thanks for any advice.
  3. If anybody want's proof that WD40 and an Omega Seamaster Co-Axial does not mix well then take a look below. Be aware - these pictures are quite graphic... And yes, the balance spring is bent as well... I truly am not sure I will be able to revive this as the co-axial parts are restricted, but we shall see how this turns out - I am not too hopeful though.
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