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Non shock protected vintage watches – Vintage Watch Repair Tutorial

In this video we take a look at how to deal with vintage non-shock watch and pocket watch movements when performing a service.

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  1. I love these videos. As I am a newcomer to this wonderful experience of watch ‘tinkering’, as this is what I am doing at the moment, I am so pleased Mark has made it possible to see the fine detail in the individual processes of watch maintenance. I am gripped by the same boyhood awe and intrigue of this trade as he described in a video of his introduction to it as a young man. Only difference is….I’m just starting out at the age of 72, but I do have a reasonably steady hand…thank God!

  2. Terrific! I have groped my way through a few of these (non shock protected lubrication) – but MUCH prefer seeing a Mark’s techniques for a gold standard reference.

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