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Hi guys,

I am not new to the watch hobby (6 years already) but I am almost completely fresh into watch repair hobby. 

I am looking forward to reading the posts about it, to ask the questions and finally to give the answers in this community.

I am 30 year old tax consultant, living in Zagreb, Croatia. In my free time I am, aside from watches, running marathons and climbing whenever I can. :)

Best regards

Silvije 

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Welcome...

 

New here as well, watch collector that is going to start with a course for repairing watches.

 

Like Croatia! Plitviche lakes and Rovinj... :thumbsu:

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@KoenThanks for the warming welcome. Congrats on starting with a course. It is great if you have such available live in your city, country. On the other hand, if it is an online course send me the link please :=)

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Hello All, 

I've had access to the lessons now since this past December  I thought I would finally say hello! My name is Jason and live in North Dakota USA. I have a serious watch and watch repair bug. I am still very much a novice and still do not feel comfortable servicing any of my watches as of yet. In fact I am still disassembling and reassembling the Unitas 6497. I have done this only 4 times now. Not very many watchmakers in ND and believe there are only 2 in the entire state that do it professionally. 1 that I frequently speak with who is a bone fide CW21 located in Fargo informed me that the Units 6497 was the exact movement he learned on. Said tear it down and put it back together until you can do it blind folded. So that is what I am doing!I truly hope I get to know you all!

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