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I am a fellow watch enthusiast I work as a Sr. Java Web Developer and also have an interest in mechanical watches and saw the tutorials on YouTube and really enjoyed watching them so subscribed to the channel. I would like to one day service my own watches but am happy for now just watching and gaining insights into the watch repair craft.  

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Hello and a warm welcome to you, this is a great forum I can assure you. I have not been here long, but there is lots and lots with experience on this site. Im into old vintage Seiko divers mostley.....:D

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Hello Alex and welcome,

nothing wrong with watching but why not post some info on your favourite watch or watches and why you like it / them, along with some photos in the "Your Watch  Collection" part of the forum whilst you are in sometime.



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