Panerai has announced a new P.3000 movement. There will be four variations. The basic P.3000 caliber with a 2 hand movement, the P.3000-1 with a small second at 9 o'clock position, P.3000-2 with small second and date (3 o'clock position) and finally P.3000-3 with a GMT complication added. Ivan has posted some […]
The Horology Crazy blog has a new post on dissecting the Unitas 6325 movement. This particular one is a 17 jewel variant. It features manual wind and a 48 hour power reserve. It's nice to see this one laid out in pieces. With a little practice you too can boldly take […]
Ivan has posted an article with a step-by-step guide to putting together a typical watch movement. There's lots of photos detailing each part of the process. There's lots of good advice on how to do the job properly. Give it a read if you'd like to be more comfortable with taking one […]
The Horology Crazy blog has a new post on the breakdown of a Chinese made ETA/Unitas 64XX watch movement. There's lots of photos of the step-by-step disassembly. Take a look and see what makes up this one.
Ivan has posted a special article on Casio 394 module. This is the one
that's in the Casio MD-703, and a couple dozen other analog models. It's a
good reference if you ever need to replace one, or are just curious about
what it looks like.
Ivan has posted an article on the various types of decoration on watch
movements. There's photos of the various types of metal finishes and other
details. It's a nice intro for those that are not familiar with the
internals parts on some higher end watch models.
Horology Crazy has posted details on a Japanese magazine that contains 128
pages of military watches. There's lots of great photos, but of course all
the text is in Japanese. It sells for about $20 USD, and could probably be
ordered somewhere online. It's a nice resource for anyone interested in
military watches from around the […]