It has been a while but I am back. Last week I worked on this pocket watch. It was in good shape
and apart from 2 broken jewels there were no major problems.
Here are the pics, more to come later.
Here some pics of a Seiko 6309-7040 overhaul.
I let the pictures do the talking:
I received a Seiko 7002 diver, modded by the late Noah Fuller (RIP). Noah died much to young in 2011. For those who never heard of him, he brought modding to the next level.
Anyway, the owner wanted a stealthy watch, without markers.
Here the pics of the original watch and the mod by Noah:
Original Noahs Mod
First I had to find a dial. As the 7002 has a date window, I had to close it. On this pic the dial is stripped from its paint, and the date window is gone.
Here some pics of a service I did on a womans watch.
I placed a 1 eurocent coin next to it to compare it.
The diameter of the coin is 16.27 mm (0.64 inch)
This time modding of a Seiko SKX007. This very popular Seiko is often subject of modding, because parts are easy obtainable.
The watch was in bad state, and after I refinished the case and serviced the movement I wanted to do something different regarding the bezel color.
Changing the dial with one with round indices and Mercedes style hands I was rather pleased with the result
Before and after:
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It has been a while but here is another before.after.
It is a beuatiful white dialed 1974 Citizen with original bracelet. I Polished the case, changed the crystal and serviced the movement.
Click to see the after:
Something different this time.
Dial modding. Transformation is done in 45 minutes.
Here the pics 🙂
This is what you get when you have some time left.
Made it from parts I had lying around in the partsbin.
A quick and dirty wristshot. If you are interested send me an email at john[at]tentotwo.nl
I found in an auction this beaten up Russian watch. I am rather fond of the movements so I thought I make a bid and take my chances.
Here is what I received:
|Van Poljot Olympics 1980|
After I opened it up and dismantled the watch, I found a fine russian Poljot movement.
The dial has suffered over the years, but still has its charmes. It turns from eggplant purple to brown, depending on the reflecting of the light.
After polishing the case, changing the crystal and buffing the hands it turned out quite nice.
The movement has had an overhaul and is ticking like in its glory days.