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Hello from Philippines!


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Glad to be here. I'm new in watch repairing, about 1/2 year of flying springs across the room and scratching bridges and also a lot of hairspring distortion. :)
~ a lot of hours finding tiny objects on the floor.

I'm match in control now.
Getting used of my tools.
 Thank you WRT

Regards, Jheric

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Thank you guys!

20 hours ago, watchweasol said:

Hi Jheric welcome to the forum, Checkout a site [email protected]  A watch school run by Israel Angeles in Manilla  a very knowledgeable man in the horological world has some useful tools for quartz watch repairs. 

Thank you for the information, Will add that on my manila tour. 

@watchweasol May I ask, do you know where to buy staking tool, dumont tweezers, cleaning solution and etc. in manila ?

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Hi Jheric,  Most  use EBAY to source tools and parts,  but Iam sure if you have a look on the web there will be suppliers in The Phillipines. Threr are a few in America, Jules Borel, Esslinger both used by our American cousins ou Cousins.uk , AG Thomas,HSWalsh,Meadows and Passmore (clock  parts)  Gleave & Co in England. Hope you find this info useful.

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