I recently had a GMT II come across my bench with a 3085 movement in it. The stem and crown were pulling out of the watch completely and I just wanted to share the issues that I found.Read More
I was speaking with a fellow watchmaker recently and we spoke about the fact that timekeeping results are not a reliable indicator as to the quality of the service you receive This alone does not answer the question whether or not your watchmaker has performed a ‘good’ service and given your watch the attention it deserves. I decided to outline the process of a full overhaul when a watch makes its way through my workshop. And the quality of service you should be receiving from your watchmaker. Here we have an Omega 285.Read More
Hi everyone, my name is Ashton Tracy and I have just launched my blog and watch restoration business. I trained at the British School Of Watchmaking in Manchester, England, which is where I obtained my WOSTEP certificate.Read More
A lovely ladies Rolex Datejust recently came in for service. It was in good condition but was just in need of a fairly standard overhaul.