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Monthly Archives: June 2010

Positive Change with Pen & Paper

If you happen to have been keeping an eye on the conversation that sprouted from this earlier post regarding the spare parts policies of several brands that sell their products in the United States, you may already be aware that the case for making parts available to watchmakers is being revisted in US courts this […]

Deep Inside Rolex Bienne

If you haven’t had a chance to look inside the latest copy of WatchTime Magazine yet, I recommend taking a peak. Up until the the past few years, Rolex has kept its manufacturing facilities around Geneva tightly guarded. Journalists were barred from entering its doors for nearly a full century and, up until very recently, […]

The ‘Bermuda Triangle’ Found

Even the best watchmakers spend time on their hands and knees looking for that elusive lost part. Its inevitable. The average mechanical watch contains 100+ parts and we deal with dozens of them a week. Over the course of a year, we handle hundreds of thousands of parts that are often fractions of a millimetre […]