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Monthly Archives: May 2011

The Secret Side of the Original T Touch

Most watch technicians who are familiar with the T Touch Expert, and its derivatives such as the Sea Touch and T Touch II, are aware of the diagnostic mode that can be used to calibrate and verify the timepieces’ multitude of functions. Some time ago, I discovered a similar mode by accident, for the E40 [...]

Hold my Hands

In our last post here on the blog, Roger Smith showed us how to make watch hands from raw steel. Keeping the hands of a watch well organized is also an important aspect of a watchmakers craft, particularly when it comes to more complicated watches like chronographs. Occasionally, I get watches in for service that [...]