Posts made in April, 2016

Universal Geneve – Polerouter – Microtor Cal. 68 Jonatan and Patricia dropped off these two Universal Geneve watches a couple weeks ago. There’s this one, a Cal. 68 and the Cal. 215 . I have always been a fan of Universal Geneve watches. I find the look of their watches as really clean and elegant. And, what is there not to like about a microrotor. Let’s get started on this gem 🙂 Hello pretty 🙂 The rate is not...

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Omega Seamaster – Cal. 565

Omega Seamaster – Cal. 565

Posted By on Apr 12, 2016

Omega Seamaster – Cal. 565 Hey there 🙂 Nick recently dropped off a few watches including this Omega Seamaster. When unscrewing the case back and having a quick look, I quickly realized this movement has never once been touched. The screws were brand new, not even the slightest mark. Cross referencing the serial number on the movement, this movement was made in the early 70’s. So, great buy Nick 🙂 Anyway, let’s get...

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Birks – Skeleton Pocket Watch – ETA 6498 Another day, another watch 🙂 Mario gave me his personal pocket watch to have it cleaned. I don’t get to work on this movement regularly, but, for most watch repairers, this is where it started. Most schools will start off with a micro-mechanics course. Which is where we make parts, very small parts. For this particular movement (ETA 6497 – 6498) we had to make a setting...

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Hello, please note, Watchtyme will be closed for Research & Development in Switzerland from March 23, 2018 until April 12, 2018. Sorry for the inconvenience. Back to service your cherished timepieces on Friday the 13th, 2018.



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De retour pour prendre soin de vos inestimables montres vendredi le 13 avril 2018.
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