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A Major Breakthrough In Mechanical Timekeeping

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1 hour ago, Karrusel said:

Think we will see more of this type, along with Roger Smith's development of Nano technology in the future.

I totally agree , Alan , the future in mechanical watchmaking is becoming more innovative and exciting .:thumbsup:

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It's certainly an interesting innovation. I wouldn't have married it up the that dials they have though.

But the visible oscillator and that lovely second sweep is something I'd be unlikely to get bored with watching.



I wonder why anyone went to this much trouble to redesign something so well tested and reliable?


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