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  1. Hi friends, I have a 1970's Slava Soviet made watch my uncle gifted me when I was 9... I have kept it in mint condition all these years and for some reason I decided to have it serviced. I took it to a watch repair shop (had 5 stars) spoke with the employee and specifically asked to have the watch back in the same or better condition, when I got it back 6 weeks later I noticed they had scratched and damaged the bezel and changed the spring (even through I asked to call me incase any part needs to be replaced) Now I need to replace the bezel so thats its not chewed up, the facto
  2. Hi all, if you have trouble holding onto your screwdrivers then you should try this. I reckon this bloke is pretty cool. Please watch the whole video. I think you will like.
  3. Continued Creations Art's, Craft's, furniture and construction... I always considered adding watchmaker and jeweler but I lost sight in one eye. But I do have a few tool's that I don't know what they are or how to use them? So, thought I'd share and hopefully gain some knowledge. **** MODERATORS NOTE -> No buying or selling on the forum please **** Or if someone is interested in them?
  4. Hello, was wondering if anyone has dealt with any reliable watchmaker's that can repair vintage Seiko watches, I have a few that require dire need of repair, I'm located in New York City, and was wondering if anyone has anyone they can recommend in my area, or, someone who is reliable that I can mail my watches to. Thanks, EddieR
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