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Author: Brawler - Replies: 8 - Views: 21759
The movement inside a watch does not matter
I honestly wonder at times what the obsession is with movements. Does it really matter how time is kept if it is done accurately? So therefore:
Author: Vaargens - Replies: 5 - Views: 14057
An in house movement does not guarantee quality
I believe some brands like Omega are slipping in their quality control. I have read the most appalling stories. Even Seiko is going down the drain with chapter ring misalignment issues.
Author: Paneristos - Replies: 0 - Views: 5899
No, this is not about replicas
Many people confuse the issue, Chinese watches are not all about the reps.... Homages, just like other, well established brands produce, are the honorable thing they do. And, they do it for a fraction of the price. So, it may be worth your while to check out the products they are offering and evaluate its worth. Because, inevitably one starts to wonder why the Swiss or Japanese put such a price tag on their watches.
Author: Retrojack - Replies: 9 - Views: 29064
The size of your watch does not matter
Its the size of your... Kidding here: your wrist of course. Even so, it is all fashion and culture right? I see guys with real diner plates on their wrists and I think.. why not?
Author: LtDan - Replies: 0 - Views: 9032
Why Does The Seconds Hand On My Quartz Watch Not Line Up With The Markers
I used to wonder why even on high-end quartz watches many times the seconds hand did not stop precisely where it should on the markers. Well, a few years ago, I learned why. It has to do with how most quartz watches are assembled. When the minute hands are placed on the dial, it is often without being properly aligned to any specific "stop" in the movement. Meaning, there is often no relation to the alignment of the hand and the perfection position on the dial for it to line up properly with mar