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New member here from the US.  I have a few old mechanical watches that I've always had an interest in servicing myself.  I've done a fair amount of reading and background research, but hope to learn from those on here as well.  I started by building a couple of Seikomod-type watches from components, managed to slip and kink a hairspring when regulating one of them, then dove into the deep end trying to repair the hairspring.  I had the watch running reasonably again, but at some point with lots of times removing/replacing the balance, I got complacent and managed to break a balance pivot.  I'm forging ahead with some simpler projects to gain some proficiency.


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