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Just received my competition prize from Roy, thank you,Sir  Am now able to offer comprehensive servicing for all horological timepieces, including tri-axis Tourbillon's & Carrousel's. Obv

I say, go for it! Given my lack of prowess in actually trying to fix watches, I thought the most suitable tool would be this one - and it even comes with all the accessories:     £

Shhh don’t tell anyone!!  

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Alan, simon of this parish should be very worried , with such a selection of impressive tools and ledgendary ability :laugh: the sign alone means i will entrust you with all my future servicing needs , although i would insist on duckhams for my rolex oilings

deano

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4 minutes ago, deano1956 said:

Alan,  i will entrust you with all my future servicing needs , although i would insist on duckhams for my rolex oilings

deano


Happy to oblige, Deano.

Although Duckhams & Castrol (for Speedy’s) carries an additional charge, I’m afraid!
 

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1 hour ago, Karrusel said:

 

Just received my competition prize from Roy, thank you,Sir :thumbsup:

Am now able to offer comprehensive servicing for all horological timepieces, including tri-axis Tourbillon's & Carrousel's.

Obviously my rates will be greatly inflated due to the immense cost of setting up a workshop. :swoon:...

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*Jon @PC-Magician I know your initial reaction will be "Wow! that is one fully equipped workshop" but I'm confident there will enough punters for both of us. :tongue:

 

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I’d fix anything with that lot no problem, even watches. 
 

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1 hour ago, Karrusel said:

 

Just received my competition prize from Roy, thank you,Sir :thumbsup:

Am now able to offer comprehensive servicing for all horological timepieces, including tri-axis Tourbillon's & Carrousel's.

Obviously my rates will be greatly inflated due to the immense cost of setting up a workshop. :swoon:...

nmPa2Tj.jpg

 

*Jon @PC-Magician I know your initial reaction will be "Wow! that is one fully equipped workshop" but I'm confident there will enough punters for both of us. :tongue:

 

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Where is the molyslip? Alan

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Just now, BondandBigM said:

I’d fix anything with that lot no problem, even watches. 
 

I need a mentor, "are you free"....?

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Just now, PC-Magician said:

Where is the molyslip? Alan

No worries, Jon...

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Think I have everything ?

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1 hour ago, WRENCH said:

Obviously an amateur...

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I’m wounded. :(

 

1 hour ago, WRENCH said:

by the omission of the most important watchmakers tool;

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But you obviously failed to observe the Record No 3 vice, attached to my watchmakers bench, which includes an anvil facility ?
Appreciate your concern though. :thumbsup:

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4 minutes ago, Karrusel said:

I’m wounded. :(

 


But you obviously failed to observe the Record No 3 vice, attached to my watchmakers bench, which includes an anvil facility ?
Appreciate your concern though. :thumbsup:

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Not to mention the heavy duty crown stem cutters!

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2 minutes ago, Karrusel said:

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14mm nut & superglue dear chap. :yes:

A true professional would use a 9" grinder.

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In case anyone is wondering, that is a genuine Rolex.

May one ask where you served your apprenticeship ?

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