- published: 29 Dec 2014
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This is a Shenhua 9584 self-winding mechanical skeleton watch. These "bridge" style skeleton watches are also available from Stuhrling, Invicta, Jaragar, Kronen & Sohne, and others.
My example will be winding a vintage 1960s Timex self winding watch. Some self winding watches require you to back wind to get it to pop out to winding mode, others like my watch here, you just wind it. Once you wind it up, you're good to go. The natural motion of your arm throughout the day will activate the self-winding watch to keep it winding itself. This is high definition [HD] video for Youtube. Peace, Mark Allen Channel (4GUESTS.COM)
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http://www.2stime.it Seiko 5 Military Automatic Watch See-thru Back, Black, SNK809, SNK809K1 SNK809K1 Seiko 5 Automatic Day Date 21 Jewel Men's Watch SNK809 Model: SNK809K1 DESCRIPTIONS: Black dial with lumibrite hands and markers Seiko 5 logo Day and date at 3 o'clock position Automatic Movement 21 Jewels Water resistant See-Through Screw Case-Back Stainless steel case and buckle Approximate Measurements: Case diameter: 36mm Case diameter: 38mm (including crown) Case Thickness: 06mm
Stainless Steel Self-Winding Mechanical Tachometer Wristwatch Product link: http://www.dx.com/p/14042 More Discounted Choices: http://www.dx.com/c/apparel-shoes-amp-accessories-1299/watches-1204/luxury-watches-1235?sort=discount&sortType=desc I'll just come right out and say it...you won't find a watch this nice at a better price. As soon as you pick this up you will notice right away the solid feel and good looks. The black and stainless provides a great color combination and the look-thru front and back crystal reveal the intricate interior mechanism of this handsome watch. The tachymeter and bezel indicators lend a very technical look to this watch and it will get attention. Its self-winding mechanism means that you won't have to worry about winding it and the heavy duty stainless stee...
walkthrough of my bulova watch
This video is a montage and demo of a recent rebuild project of a "Self Wind Clock Co," timepiece. The clock was recently purchased by our customer and was not only worn out, but also the replacement (circa 1976) dry cells had swelled up and lost their charge. The rebuild and cleaning entailed the polishing of 10 pivots and installation of 10 bearings. A couple insulators had dry rotted and were fabricated/replaced to ground the connections to the mechanism. A retrofit "vintage-style" set of batteries were furnished and installed, which also included an imitation synchronizer, which sends a pulse to the synch coils, to automatically correct the clock at either the top of every hour or every twelveth hour(depending on set-up). The clock mechanism was patented in 1898, made until the late 19...