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  1. Hello everyone am new to this thanks for the great forum , i have an IWC watch with 630/1 movement after removing the stem from the movement the watch quit working I tried to change the battery but didn’t help so please guys if anyone knows what’s going on with it help me out please . thanks in advance.
  2. In this video I am servicing an IWC FA Jones mechanical wind watch movement. View full YouTube video
  3. Hi, one of my favorite watches is my IWC Flieger Chronograph (Ref 3777). The only thing that annoyed me was, that it was almost 3s late every day. 15s or more in a week! I know, this is complaining on the highest possible level. But still. If she would go 15s fast a week. Fine. But not late. My Weishi Timegrapher 1900 showed it pretty clear. After quite some experience with movements I dared to open it! No way to take the movement out, just opening it. Wow, what a nice movement! But regulating the balance proved to be a challenge: There is a litt
  4. Giving an very old movement an old case Some weeks ago I was fortunate in finding in Germany a very early IWC Cal 64 pin-set movement in reasonable good condition. Movement number: 97059, year of construction: 1893, Caliber: Sav. Cal 64, 12 1/2 lignes. It was presumably a left-over from a cash sale of its gold, hunter case. The movement came with a perfect enamel dial marked: E. Sommer, Mexico. This was clearly worth some attention and being a savonnet movement could be re-fitted into a period wristwatch case. So, after a dis-assembly and complete clean in an ultrasonic bath the re-
  5. Hello all! I'm trying to open another can of worms! Mark did a service on a mechanical IWC: Not related to that, I have been searching recently for a cheap chinese copy of 6498/6497 (don't ask me why, I'm not not exactly sure) and I stumbled upon: http://www.amazon.com/Parnis-Mechanical-See-through-Watches-Leather/dp/B00KWC84RW/ref=sr_1_163?s=apparel&ie=UTF8&qid=1414320594&sr=1-163&keywords=parnis+mechanical What do you think about that? I mean it is 50 times cheaper (wild guess) and I suppose for some, it is 100 times uglier (ot other word of their choice).
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