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  1. Disassembly pictures and assembly pictures in my following posts if you don’t wish to read the following. For some unknown reason I never omit to mention to my IT students (.NET) that I have a passion for watches, that this passion is my analogous counterweight to my digital interests, and that there are a lot of similarities. Often, I am pleasantly surprised to learn that in almost every class there seems to be at least one or two students who share my passion for watches. The watch in the following walkthrough, an early 1960s Omega SeaMaster housing a calibre 268, belongs to a f
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