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Hi to all of you!

Finally, after following this forum with great interest for some months, I found that now I'm overdue to say hallo to you.

 

I am an hobbyist just starting tinkering with watches - more than clocks 

... and doing my best to keep the disasters small (with more or less success...).

 

After looking around the net a little bit, I am really pleased I could join this forum, at which I have the impression, that members are polite and really try to help each other.

Since I am just starting, I assume there will be more benefit for me instead of will I be able to give back to the community, but I promise to work hard on this...

 

Working as an IT guy, it's a great pleasure for me to do manual work in the evening.

 

I'm looking forward to having interesting conversations on many exciting topics here

Thorsten

 

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