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Hi All,

I am new here.  I am a new hobbyist and really enjoying working with watch movements and trying to get them back to life.   I live in London.   :)

I look forward to meeting new like minded friends with an interest in watch repairs.  I hope some are also local to me to share knowledge and to learn from.

Many Thanks,

Kind Regards,

Yasser.

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3 hours ago, Yasser said:

Hi All,

I am new here.  I am a new hobbyist and really enjoying working with watch movements and trying to get them back to life.   I live in London.   ?

I look forward to meeting new like minded friends with an interest in watch repairs.  I hope some are also local to me to share knowledge and to learn from.

Many Thanks,

Kind Regards,

Yasser.

Good to say hi Yasser hello 

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On 11/15/2020 at 5:05 PM, AlanRH said:

Good to say hi Yasser hello 

Cheers Yasser hello ex londoner here now near Edinburgh new to this and have amassed a few tools and engineers box and have a collection of mechanical watches and ready to start the courses next week.

 

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On 1/5/2021 at 1:49 PM, AlanRH said:

Cheers Yasser hello ex londoner here now near Edinburgh new to this and have amassed a few tools and engineers box and have a collection of mechanical watches and ready to start the courses next week.

 

Hi Alan,

Thays great.  I assume you are talking about Mark Lovick’s course (4 parts)? 

Keep in touch.

Regards,

Yasser.

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