Restoration of an Abandoned 1946 post WW2 vintage watch - Radioactive glow - Manual Work - Certina

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    WatcheyesWatcheyes
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    In this video I make a restoration of a vintage watch from 1946 (post WW2) with Radioactive glow on the hands that's been abandoned for many years. It's a Certina Labora vintage watch, all of the restoration is done by hand manually. It's a mechanical watch with a caliber KF 320. ASMR sound.
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    As this is a watch from 1946 it can be radioactive radium on the hands and dial, I always use protective mask and gloves when handling it.
    This vintage Certina watch was very dirty and oily when I opened it. So the cleaning had to be done piece by piece very thoroughly. Every cog tooth needed to be cleaned with wood sticks/peg wood. The balance staff was totally worn out and had to be changed.
    After the restoration the Certina watch works quite fine. It runs a couple of seconds +/- per day which is stated by the timegrapher and the amplitude is around 270 degrees which is good. All my hammering paid off and aligned the arbor and the center wheel. I also hammered the barrel and the barrel cap which is not shown in the video.
    In this video:
    -Disassembly of the watch and check for problems along the way
    -Inspection of all parts if they are worn or broken via the microscope
    -Manual cleaning, I do this with Rodico (Bergeon), some toothpicks, pegwood. Then let all parts be in benzine and later a double bath of IPA (Isopropyl alcohol) which wasn’t shown in the video. The pallet fork gets a bensin bath and the Epilame treatment, balance wheel will only be cleaned with benzine.
    -Polish the acrylic glas and the casing
    -Reducing the barrel arbor hole size, barrel hole, barrel cap hole, center wheel hole with the staking tool
    -Assembly and oiling all relevant parts
    -Checking if the movement works fine and then checking it with the timegrapher
    If you like the video, I’m very happy if you push the Like button and Subscribe (maybe put a comment?) to my channel, more videos will come! Take care and thank you for this time!
    This is not a tutorial video, I’m just a hobbyist and might do things incorrectly.
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Watcheyes +87
Watcheyes

This watch was very worn and full of dirt, I bought it at an online auction so it was a big question mark of its condition. It's a wonder how this watch actually worked from the beginning because it was chunks of dirt on every cog wheels teeth. Every part needed to be cleaned individually with wood sticks over and over again. The dirt was in some places hardened (like stone) and needed to be scraped of. Perhaps some parts was changed sometime ago before me. Hammer time with staking tool was also done to the barrel and its lid because this hole was also totally worn down as the arbor hole and the center wheel (shown in the video). It was a long shot to restore this, I hoped for good amplitude and it showed in the end ~270 degrees which is quite good or very acceptable for this old watch.

Hace 2 meses
bam bam
bam bam

Does anybody know what wap means on a 1950s ladies watch face?

Hace 4 horas
gustavo fusi
gustavo fusi

Yty

Hace 15 días
The Blues
The Blues

Oo

Hace 24 días
Greg Jones
Greg Jones

Gorgeous…

Hace 27 días
Watcheyes +1
Watcheyes

@Hazar Gabi yes its possible. But was about worried about the dial numbers falling apart so I quite after a couple of hours :)

Hace un mes
Andy H +58
Andy H

Loved your restoration especially the way you cleaned the parts by hand and sanded and polished the rust away on the case. I liked the fact you left it looking vintage, way better in my opinion, some restorers over do it. Great job, look forward to more of your work.

Hace un mes
Watcheyes +1
Watcheyes

I appreciate it alot Andy, yes I wanted to keep it intact as much as possible. Thank you, have a good day!

Hace un mes
Glen H +78
Glen H

I have been watching watch restoration video's for quite some time and this is the first time I have seen your channel offered in my feed. Good work on this watch. I am impressed at how well you cleaned the watch and parts by hand, the old fashioned way. Very few watch makers show this method. Many novice watch tinkerers cannot afford to buy expensive tools and machines so this video is invaluable. Thanx.

Hace 2 meses
Diegoalejandro Tareas
Diegoalejandro Tareas

Reloj que en ves de dar la hora te lleva a viajar al pasado.

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The Bearded Watchmaker +1
The Bearded Watchmaker

@jw11432 Making a watch cleaning machine on video would be awesome. Good luck!

Hace 2 meses
jw11432 +2
jw11432

@Glen H I'm certainly only a hobbyist, and have invested quite a bit in tools (nothing crazy), but I became very invested in the hobby. Different perspectives I suppose. Cleaning seems to me the most mundane, so I'm happy to use a machine. For me, the magic is in the assembly and oiling and refinishing. But I can understand where you're coming from! 👍

Hace 2 meses
Glen H +2
Glen H

@jw11432 Cleaning parts manually has been the choice for hobbyists for a long time. I am more interested in manual watch part cleaning than I am in cleaning the parts with a machine. This is because I don't do a lot of restorations. I never will because I only work on my own watches. There are books out there written by the old timers that talk about this but I don't have access to them right now. Manual watch part cleaning is time consuming so I understand why a pro would buy a machine for this task. Most people who watch youtube video's on watch repair or restoration are hobbyists and will never invest in all the expensive tools that real watchmakers need to purchase.

Hace 2 meses
jw11432 +7
jw11432

It is taking some effort, but I'm actually building my own watch cleaning machine. The ready-made options are inexplicably expensive, given what they are, so I opted to build my own. I have plans to create a channel specifically for watch restorations myself (of which I have already acquired around a dozen projects), and will include the watch cleaning machine build as a tutorial. There is a remarkable lack of this information on the internet.

Hace 2 meses
KD123 +8
KD123

Great editing! Loved the sounds of the process and it was very relaxing. Satisfying to see all the parts get cleaned and put back together 🤗 I really appreciate the time and talent to film and edit such an intricate process! ♥️

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Watcheyes
Watcheyes

I appreciate it alot your kind comment. Very glad that you liked my video and that you took your time watching it. Many thanks and have a very good day ❤

Hace un mes
Walther +53
Walther

Beautiful work! Thank you for showing the old school cleaning process for those of us hobbyists that don’t have the fancy equipment.

Hace 2 meses
Watcheyes +1
Watcheyes

@bumboclat Yes, I have bought one now so will be in next video. How these machines clean casings is great.

Hace un mes
bumboclat
bumboclat

@Watcheyes even a cheap ultrasonic would help you greatly

Hace un mes
Watcheyes +1
Watcheyes

@Soumyarshi Giri it's called perlon, I have link i description of the type.

Hace un mes
Matthew Lambert
Matthew Lambert

Great to watch

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Soumyarshi Giri +2
Soumyarshi Giri

@Watcheyes what is the kind of strap you used with the watch, post restoration?

Hace 2 meses
plejaren giants +8
plejaren giants

That was amazing! I can't believe you can actually video record key segments of this restoration process and edit it all together like you did. Thanks for your time, effort and skill.

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Watcheyes +2
Watcheyes

Wow I'm happy that you liked my work and the video, I tried to get every interesting part so people don't fall asleep 🙃 Thanks for your time watching my video, have a good day!

Hace un mes
rolls _879 +6
rolls _879

nicely done. I like your decisions on how far to go with restoration - like for the rust - and appreciate how you maintained the history and character of the watch and valued it over getting every last bit clean or shiny

Hace 19 días
Watcheyes +1
Watcheyes

Thank you 😊

Hace 7 días
william goss +2
william goss

An absolutely amazing restoration of such a now beautiful watch; or rather your work brought back the inherent albeit almost hidden beauty of the gorgeous time piece. Mesmerising to watch the dissemble and the polished, cleaned and oiled pieces re-assembled to re-make it original beauty but yet retaining the vintage look. Thanks.

Hace un mes
Watcheyes
Watcheyes

Wow I'm very glad that you think so William, many thanks for your kind words. I appreciate it alot! Thank you for your time watching my video 😀 Have a good day to you!

Hace un mes
Unknown Unknown +2
Unknown Unknown

This is the time I am watching one of your videos and what can I say… I am truly amazed at the work that you do. You seem like a young guy, but to have learnt the art of how to do this type of work is just mind blowing. Well done for keeping up such an old art form. I am still astonished that you know how to do what you do. What’s also mind blowing is that manufactures of these watches were able to conceptualise and create such a small and intricate piece which would run so flawlessly for so many years. Keep up the wonderful work. It truly is inspiring for one to better themselves, their skill level and to keep old craftsmanship alive.

Hace un mes
Watcheyes +1
Watcheyes

I don't have any words to thank you for this kind comment 🙏 I'm very glad that you like my work, I started in 2020 reading through the internet and followed some guides. From youtube/forums I got the most of the knowledge as there are people here that is very helpful and kind. Thanks for your time watching my video and writing such an inspering comment, have a good day to you!

Hace un mes
USMC Vet +3
USMC Vet

Really good job! I've always been fascinated with the internals of good watches. Question though, was there not more you could do with the face of the watch to clean the corrosion off? Or is that just part of the vintage look?

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Watcheyes +4
Watcheyes

Thank you sir. Yes you could clean it more but I got quite worried that the number will fall apart if I clean more around them. Maybe just a guess for me but after maybe 2 hours I ended the cleaning of the dial.

Hace un mes
Frank Coates +5
Frank Coates

The level of skill and knowledge astounds me. A virtuoso performance on many levels. Zen and the art of watch restoration, and a wonderful respect for the preservation of the integrity of a vintage timepiece.

Hace un mes
Watcheyes +1
Watcheyes

A big thanks to you Frank, I appreciate your words, it means alot! Thank you for your time watching my video and commenting. Glad you liked my restoration, have a good day to you 😀

Hace un mes
Sjur Gabriel Hasselgård +1
Sjur Gabriel Hasselgård

Autosol fungerer til alt :-) I like your "homemade" approach - it makes me want to go further towards trying myself. Still miss a few essential tools, but have bought most of what I need. Included a pocket watch to service. This Certina came out absolutely beautiful!

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Watcheyes
Watcheyes

Many thanks Sjur! It will go great Sjur, just dig in :D

Hace un mes
Eddie Andrews +2
Eddie Andrews

Fascinating workmanship. I loved the extreme close ups where you can see the butchering it had been through before. Thanks for posting a truly professional piece of work.

Hace un mes
Watcheyes
Watcheyes

Great Eddie, many thanks for your comment and I'm glad that the video was interesting to watch :) Have a good day to you sir!

Hace un mes
Pepijn Schmidt +2
Pepijn Schmidt

This is the first video of yours I've seen and it's amazing your edditing is wonderful your camera work especially the microscopic is great. I'll be watching more. So I can build up the confidence to fix my dad's Seiko 7A28-7020.

Hace 23 días
Watcheyes
Watcheyes

@Pepijn Schmidt I see :)

Hace 22 días
Pepijn Schmidt
Pepijn Schmidt

@Watcheyes I intend on polishing the glass like you did and replacing the rubber seals on the chronograph buttons. I don't dare to interfere with the movement, I of course lack the specialized tools for the job and would have to send it to a professional if it deviates too much.

Hace 22 días
Watcheyes +1
Watcheyes

Your kind comment makes me happy Pepijn, many thanks sir! I'm glad that you liked my video, see you later and have a good day. By the way the Seiko will be no problem for you if your are patient :).

Hace 23 días
Robert Dragoff +3
Robert Dragoff

I am in awe of anyone who fixes things, but especially watch repair. It’s basically a machine that measures time and it is made up of a whole lot of parts. That you can diagnose problems and repair and replace parts on such a tiny scale is amazing. Interesting video and looking forward to the next one.

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Watcheyes
Watcheyes

Glad to here Robert, many thanks 😊

Hace 20 días
Robbie Roberson +1
Robbie Roberson

I’m very impressed. Your the man as far as watch restoration goes. I just found your site and also watched the dagger repair. Very nice, keep it up.😊

Hace un mes
Watcheyes
Watcheyes

Many thanks Robbie, I only do watches so the other one is someone else :). But thanks for your time! See you later in next restoration 😀

Hace un mes
Cat +1
Cat

That thing still worked after 76 years! Unbelievable! And here I am with a modern hybrid watch. I bet it won't last that long. They just don't build them like they used to.

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Watcheyes
Watcheyes

Yes, this was when quality matters:)

Hace 20 días
Fulvio Platania +7
Fulvio Platania

Great job, especially with the appropriated tools, as a plastic/brass tweezers, correct screwdrivers…you’re a Maestro and it’s a pleasure seeing your job indeed!

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Watcheyes +1
Watcheyes

@Fulvio Platania many thanks :) have a good day!

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Fulvio Platania +1
Fulvio Platania

@Watcheyes this is what I see, I think and last but not leatest, it’s the truth

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Watcheyes +1
Watcheyes

Hi Fulvio, glad that you liked my work and also noticed that I try to use extra care :) thanks for commenting also!

Hace un mes
Ryan Scott +5
Ryan Scott

Great job! Radium is always a concern of mine as I’m just getting started myself in watch repair. Also, you mainspring winder is very unique, is it movement specific, or somewhat “universal?” I’m in the market for a mainspring Winder, but the $1200 for the full Bergeon set is a bit painful. Where did you come by yours if I might ask?

Hace 2 meses
Watcheyes +2
Watcheyes

@Max Q Hi, yes I washed it before polishing, it's in the bath with the casing :) But thanks for commenting!

Hace 2 meses
Max Q
Max Q

@Watcheyes when you worked with crystal (plastic glass) you touched inside of it where it may contained a bit of dust of radium better to wash it with water before starting to polish it. the radiation of some watches are very high, and better even not to open them . I suggest you to buy a gage radiation detector incase you find a watch with very high radiation just pass it by. some of Hamilton watches are very highly contain radium.

Hace 2 meses
Watcheyes +2
Watcheyes

Yes its a bit of a concern. Just wear mask, clean desk and tools frequenlty, dispose cleaning paper directly in closed plastic bag when it has been used. I think it will work fine then. We dont expose ourself that often to radium so, its just a couple of minutes with low radiation here and there. No problem, its unbranded and very old I think, I inherited it so i think its from the 60-70s. I can see them on ebay sometimes, it has worked great but I dont think its near the Bergeon ones but still works good, atleast on the movements I have worked on.

Hace 2 meses
Hans Stolk +9
Hans Stolk

Amazing video and work. Really enjoyed the parts where the play is removed and polishing the glass. The watch is a beauty when finished. Good craftmanship. Keep up bringing us the nice calm entertainment of a good restoration.

Hace 2 meses
Watcheyes +1
Watcheyes

Your comment means a lot Hasse, thank you, with your comments the channel will grow :) . I will remember every word and continue, thanks again and have a good day 😊

Hace 2 meses
Washington Paiva +1
Washington Paiva

Bela máquina ficou muito TOP 👏👏, ÓTIMO TRABALHO SHOW 👍

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Watcheyes
Watcheyes

Many thanks 😊 🙏

Hace un mes
wodmay1 +1
wodmay1

Great work, you preserved its vintage look , what a beautiful watch

Hace 20 días
Watcheyes
Watcheyes

Thank you 😊

Hace 7 días
K Swaminathan +5
K Swaminathan

Excellent restoration which requires great skill snd patience. Thank you for this awesome video. We want more of such videos. Please continue to enthral us. Thank you.

Hace 2 meses
Watcheyes +1
Watcheyes

Nice to see you here Swaminathan, as always very kind words from you, I thank you so much, I'm very glad that you liked my video and that you put a comment also. I'll do, see you later =)

Hace 2 meses
Acid Blood +9
Acid Blood

I love how you kept the watch as original as possible leaving it with a perfectly working mechanism in the end

Hace 2 meses
Acid Blood
Acid Blood

@Watcheyes same to you, blessings

Hace un mes
Watcheyes +3
Watcheyes

I'm happy that you liked my video Acid, thank you and thanks for commenting on my video, have a good day to you!

Hace 2 meses
Neil Arculus +4
Neil Arculus

Excellent work with a very neglected watch. You have kept the look and integrity of the watch. I love the way you use vintage tools - its hammer time with the Lorch !

Hace 2 meses
Watcheyes +1
Watcheyes

Hello Neil, That is very nice to here, I appreciate it a lot and I'm glad that you liked my video. Yes the Lorch is one solid piece =D. And thanks for commenting also, have a good day!

Hace 2 meses
Cris Cris +2
Cris Cris

Precioso trabajo, Un video mágico, ese reloj merece ese esfuerzo. Me parece un milagro maravilloso ver latir de nuevo el corazón de esa maquinaria. Hoy he visto por primera vez la herramienta que se usa para volver a enrollar el muelle de la cuerda. Que interesante! Perdón por no usar la palabra técnica

Hace un mes
Watcheyes
Watcheyes

Many thanks Cris, glad you liked it 😀. No problem, keep going!

Hace un mes
alain moimême +9
alain moimême

Magnifique travail sur une montre magnifique. Pas de bla bla, pas de musique , juste l'essentiel et une légère pointe d'humour. Tout ce que j'aime! Je m'abonne.

Hace 2 meses
Watcheyes +1
Watcheyes

Merci beaucoup, je suis ravie que vous aimiez mon style de vidéo. J'apprécie beaucoup, bonne nuit !

Hace 2 meses
Andres Gonzalez +1
Andres Gonzalez

Que buen video!! Volvió a la vida el reloj!!! 👍👍👏👏👏

Hace un mes
Watcheyes +1
Watcheyes

Gracias Andres

Hace 20 días
Tim K. +2
Tim K.

Amazing job. What a beautiful watch. I would love to own this!

Hace un mes
Watcheyes
Watcheyes

Many thanks Tim and thank you for your time watching my video!

Hace un mes
Ufuk Ozbir +2
Ufuk Ozbir

very impressive indeed. congratulations. great shots too. being able to pull such a challenge off is madness.. well done!

Hace un mes
Watcheyes
Watcheyes

Many thanks, great that you liked how I filmed too, have a very good day!

Hace un mes
Lopes Lopes +1
Lopes Lopes

Trabalho lindo de se ver.👏👏👏👏👏 parabéns.

Hace un mes
Watcheyes
Watcheyes

Thank you very much Lopes and thanks for commenting 😊

Hace un mes
Tom Serotonin +3
Tom Serotonin

That was awesome to watch. Thank you. I love seeing vintage restoration. Your tools and know how were humbling.

Hace un mes
Watcheyes +1
Watcheyes

Glad to here your kind comment Tom 😊, many thanks from Sweden! See you later.

Hace un mes
zeronth +2
zeronth

The most calming, satisfying, cathartic thing I've ever seen... thank you. Also, I think Adam Savage would have kittens over that Lorch hammer set in it's little box... he just loves stuff like that!! lol

Hace un mes
Watcheyes
Watcheyes

I appreciate your kind words alot Sir, many thanks! I don't know Adam but glad to here that, Lorch is the old quailty stuffs :)

Hace 20 días
Time Electric +1
Time Electric

Bom trabalho! Parabéns!

Hace 2 meses
Watcheyes
Watcheyes

¡Muchas gracias y gracias por comentar!

Hace 2 meses
sweetbrandigirl +1
sweetbrandigirl

That's just amazing what you do with those tiny tiny parts.I could never do that. Sad the face wouldn't come any cleaner.

Hace un mes
Watcheyes +1
Watcheyes

Thank you for your kind comment 🙏. Yes indeed, got a bit worried the numbers were starting to fall apart, it's just an old compound.

Hace 20 días
John Johansson
John Johansson

Wow! You really did an amazing job with this nice watch.

Hace 2 meses
Watcheyes
Watcheyes

Hi John, thank you very much, I appreciate it alot! I'm glad that you liked my video and thanks for commenting, have a good day!

Hace 2 meses
Cristian Moya Romero +2
Cristian Moya Romero

Truly beautiful. It kinda gives the vibe of a living being, with all those intricate mechanisms working in fine tune, all at the same time to make it work.

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Watcheyes +1
Watcheyes

Many thanks for your time Christian:)

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isfj1009
isfj1009

Amazing work on such a tiny scale!!!! Bravo.

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Watcheyes
Watcheyes

Thank you:)

Hace 12 días
James Deese +1
James Deese

I have become fascinated with watch repair and the genius of the machine that is a watch.

Hace 23 días
Leonardo Herrera +1
Leonardo Herrera

Espectacular trabajo, realmente es un arte lo que haces..te felicito 👏

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Watcheyes
Watcheyes

Wow that was very kind of you, glad you liked it Leonardo 😀 Thank you!

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Marcio Teixeira +1
Marcio Teixeira

Perfect! You kept the history of the watch. Good job.

Hace un mes
Watcheyes
Watcheyes

Many thanks Marcio, glad you liked it!

Hace un mes
Jess N. +7
Jess N.

This reminds me of the scene in toy story II with the toy restorer, except it’s much more complicated and interesting. I would adore an old watch like this.

Hace 2 meses
Watcheyes +1
Watcheyes

Welcome Jess to the channel, haha yes toys story 2 I remember just a tiny bit :). It feels nice wearing something with a long story. Hope you can find a watch at a pawn shop or something. Thank you for watching my video and commenting, have a good day.

Hace 2 meses
Chad Holmes
Chad Holmes

Mad skills thanks for the video very entertaining your patience and care for your work is admirable

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Watcheyes
Watcheyes

Many thanks for your time Chad, I appreciate it alot!

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Na De +2
Na De

Love your videos! Really nice work and fun to watch. Hammer time 💃🏻

Hace 2 meses
Watcheyes
Watcheyes

Wow thank you Na De, glad you liked this video and that you commented 😊

Hace 2 meses
Hugo D'Traveler III +2
Hugo D'Traveler III

Subbing! Awesome workmanship! Enjoyed every little touch you gave in making this old gem ticking and tocking. 💖

Hace 2 meses
Watcheyes +1
Watcheyes

Good day to you Hugo, Im very glad that you liked my video, I appreciate it a lot the kind words from you and that you commented on my video, thanks again!

Hace 2 meses
Carlos Eduardo Martins dos Santos +1
Carlos Eduardo Martins dos Santos

Amazing work. Congratulations!

Hace 20 días
Watcheyes
Watcheyes

Thanks Carlos 😊

Hace 7 días
Johnson Yuwu +3
Johnson Yuwu

I appreciate you keeping the dial on its original form, no polishing or fixing, just cleaning some dirt to keep it’s history and that vintage form, great work !

Hace 26 días
Watcheyes
Watcheyes

Many thanks Johnson, I'm glad that you liked my work and thanks for commenting 😀 See you later!

Hace 26 días
carlobi
carlobi

I bought two pocket watches from the 40s, one from East Germany and the other one with a Swiss movement. I was hoping to restore them but after watching your video, realized that I didn't have the tools required nor are my hands steady enough for the intricate work. Nice work on the restoration.

Hace un mes
Watcheyes +1
Watcheyes

Hello Carlobi, Aha I see, what tools are you missing? If you aren't steady you can use the other hand to stabilize the hand you work with. Sometimes I do that, it works well. You can do it as a practice project to start with, hard to get all the tools at once, well impossible I would say 😀 Hope it goes well, thank you 😊

Hace un mes
Rob Moonlite +2
Rob Moonlite

Love your attention to detail, great work!

Hace 2 meses
Watcheyes +1
Watcheyes

Many thanks Rob, Im glad that you liked my video and took your time by commenting, much appreciated!

Hace 2 meses
Sujatha Viswanathan +3
Sujatha Viswanathan

This is the first ever watch restoration video that I’ve watched. Very laborious and intensive work! Fascinating process, though! Hope to see more!

Hace un mes
Watcheyes
Watcheyes

Thank you Sujatha, glad you liked it 😀 Yes more is coming in the near future.

Hace 20 días
Geo Bel +1
Geo Bel

Really a nice work, by keeping its vintage look, and not relum the hands ! Once again great job and video !👍

Hace 2 meses
Watcheyes
Watcheyes

Hi Geo, Thank you very much, I agree, I didn't want to touch anything, just refresh it a bit so it's history continues as "original" so it can keep on living and not rust apart. Thank you 😊

Hace 2 meses
Marcos Olyver +1
Marcos Olyver

Muito legal ver resgatar uma peça antiga, parabéns!!! CANAL & COMPANHIA INCRÍVEL COMO DESCASCAR MANDIOCA EM SEGUNDOS

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Watcheyes
Watcheyes

Many thanks Marcos, I'm very glad that you liked it! Thanks for your time.

Hace un mes
Тацит 46 Михаил +3
Тацит 46 Михаил

Браво , Мастер ! Отличная Работа , а отличная съёмка -- уважение к зрителям...Спасибо !

Hace 24 días
Watcheyes
Watcheyes

Glad you liked it 😀

Hace 7 días
Achmad Romzi +1
Achmad Romzi

After watching this, nope thank you I will buy solar watch 😁😁😁😁. But 5 star for the fascinating work, and your patient doing every details. You show your big passion through this video. Not only amazing skills, but the deep art and story that hidden inside these mechanical piece

Hace 19 días
Watcheyes
Watcheyes

Many thanks Achmad 😊

Hace 7 días
Dave Chapman
Dave Chapman

amazing work, you made that look easy ,only because of your skill, thanks for sharing, I really enjoyed the clip. cheers NZ!

Hace 2 meses
Watcheyes +1
Watcheyes

Many thanks Dave, I'm glad that you liked it, and thanks for commenting :) have a good day to you Sir.

Hace 2 meses
Генрих Монатик +1
Генрих Монатик

От души!!! Браво маэстро!!!🤝🔥

Hace un mes
Watcheyes
Watcheyes

Many thanks to you 🙏

Hace un mes
Emerald Dragon Gaming +1
Emerald Dragon Gaming

You are so good, I thought there were no more skilled people like you excellent video

Hace 29 días
Watcheyes
Watcheyes

I'm just a hobbyist but thank you Emerald 😊

Hace 20 días
andres gallardo +1
andres gallardo

Increible trabajo, quede maravillado...wanderfull!!!

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Watcheyes
Watcheyes

Many thanks Andres :)

Hace 20 días
Richard Anderson
Richard Anderson

Great job and a mesmerising half hour or so. Really enjoyed the process. A great way to unwind so to speak!

Hace 15 días
Watcheyes +1
Watcheyes

Very glad to here that Richard, thank you 😀

Hace 13 días
Off Road Adventures Greece +2
Off Road Adventures Greece

Amazing job 👏👏

Hace un mes
Watcheyes
Watcheyes

Many thanks:)

Hace un mes
Rose Smail +3
Rose Smail

Your like watching a painter or a musical instrument, creating a masterpiece, so delicate and caution in every move, people like you really don't exist, very much, but u r a great masterpiece, thank you for sharing u r life's work.🌹💐😘✝️

Hace 2 meses
Watcheyes
Watcheyes

Wow many kind words from you Rose, I can only say thank you :) I'm just a hobbyist trying my best. I appreciate your comment alot, glad you liked my video :) Have a good day!

Hace 2 meses
MakiMSX +5
MakiMSX

Oh man, one of the most beautiful watches I've ever seen... gorgeous, and nice video :D

Hace un mes
Watcheyes
Watcheyes

Many thanks, I'm very glad that you liked my video, Indeed a beautiful watch 😀

Hace un mes
Jeroen Speetjens
Jeroen Speetjens

damn i'd wish i had the skills and tools to do this. what a satisfying job/work, love it

Hace un mes
Watcheyes +1
Watcheyes

@Jeroen Speetjens Thank you very much, Best Regards

Hace un mes
Jeroen Speetjens
Jeroen Speetjens

@Watcheyes yw, already watched your other video’s. Awesome work! Kind regards Jeroen

Hace un mes
Watcheyes +1
Watcheyes

Wow many thanks Jeroen, I got very glad reading your comment, thank you 😊

Hace un mes
Claudio Cuenca +1
Claudio Cuenca

Amazing restoration!!!

Hace un mes
Watcheyes
Watcheyes

Thank you Claudio!

Hace 20 días
freedom020 +1
freedom020

Quel travail fantastique!!! A 7:05, je suis en panique déjà. Un travail d'orfèvre, de très haut niveau. Bravo pour cette restauration, faite avec précision et minutie. J'adore!!! Merci

Hace un mes
Watcheyes
Watcheyes

Glad you liked it, many thanks! 😀

Hace un mes
johnalexander mcbryde +1
johnalexander mcbryde

Luvin' your work, great to "watch" 🙂👍

Hace un mes
Watcheyes
Watcheyes

Thank you very much and thanks for taking your time commenting. Glad you liked it :)

Hace un mes
Marty McFly +3
Marty McFly

I still have a screw left over after putting my tv remote back together, but you sir...are a professional. Nice job!

Hace un mes
Watcheyes +1
Watcheyes

Haha Marty, to bad. Thank you 😊 Have a good day!

Hace un mes
WATCH with Mike +1
WATCH with Mike

Nicely done! Like other commenters I thoroughly enjoyed seeing the detailed hand cleaning.

Hace un mes
Watcheyes
Watcheyes

Thank you Mike, I'm glad that you liked it and took your time watching my video.

Hace un mes
rene theiler +1
rene theiler

Beautiful ,amazing work

Hace un mes
Watcheyes
Watcheyes

Many thanks Rene, glad you liked it 😀

Hace un mes
John BUL +1
John BUL

That was sooooooooo amazing I love this work so amazing

Hace un mes
Watcheyes +1
Watcheyes

Many thanks John and thanks for commenting 😀

Hace 20 días
Joe Fumeiro +1
Joe Fumeiro

Eu tenho um relógio de corda muito antigo , comigo tem 40 anos em minha mão . E ainda funciona normalmente. 🇧🇷

Hace un mes
Watcheyes
Watcheyes

Wow, that's great, pure quailty

Hace un mes
Berty B. +1
Berty B.

Amazing video, really enjoyed it! Keep it up!!

Hace 2 meses
Watcheyes
Watcheyes

I'm glad that you liked it Bertran and thank you for commenting. See you later.

Hace 2 meses
Kevin Breton
Kevin Breton

Awesome video, great pace and very cool close shots!

Hace 2 meses
Watcheyes
Watcheyes

Hi there Kevin, that was kind of you, happy that you liked it and commented, have a good day 😀

Hace 2 meses
Jackylyn Furukuwa +1
Jackylyn Furukuwa

WOW !!! Amazing , fr garbage watch to a brand new watch its fantastic. Interesting to watch how u fix it, ur so smart . I love watching ur vids its therapeutic stress gone. Thank-you

Hace 2 meses
Gary Boyle +22
Gary Boyle

Lovely looking old watch, glad you did little to the dial and hands, it looks much nicer that way. Looking forward to the next one.

Hace 2 meses
Daróczi András
Daróczi András

@Watcheyes too bad

Hace un mes
Watcheyes
Watcheyes

@Daróczi András sorry don't think I'm able to do that :)

Hace un mes
Daróczi András +1
Daróczi András

@Watcheyes me on the other hand would love to see you restore a dial completely :)

Hace un mes
Watcheyes +3
Watcheyes

Hi there Gary, I agree, these watches are beautiful. Thank you, glad you liked it, wanted to refresh it so it's history can keep on and not to be "reseted".

Hace 2 meses
Karthik Siddhun +4
Karthik Siddhun

Awesome 👌🏻👍🏻. The dial should have been cleaned , especially around the numbering , around area. It would look little brighter. Lovely work 😍

Hace 2 meses
Watcheyes
Watcheyes

Hello Karthik, maybe but I didnt want to touch around the numbers for so long, I think it took maybe 1-2 hours, risk of the Radium felling apart but yes, that would have looked a little bit better. Thank you!

Hace 2 meses
natural energy +1
natural energy

Perfect detailed work with lot of patience 👍

Hace un mes
Watcheyes +1
Watcheyes

I'm very glad you liked it, thank you! Have a good day 😊

Hace un mes
Мастерская Faserge
Мастерская Faserge

Beautiful work!

Hace 18 días
The other Dave +3
The other Dave

Many decades ago, i met Mr overstreet. He survived WW2, came back home and started his passion and became a watchmaker. Id watch him as a kid from time to time, carefully placing gears, moving parts, with a precision that ill never have. As i got older, and had work/jobs id see him from time to time. My last memory of him is when he came into a restaurant where i worked, and gave me a smile "dont tell my wife, she will get jealous" hah, i kept the secret. he passed away a few years ago, at 103. Ill never forget that man, how kind he was, and the skills he had.

Hace un mes
Watcheyes
Watcheyes

What a story Dave, what can I say...thank you!

Hace un mes
kurosch Asghari +1
kurosch Asghari

Great restoration work. However I wonder, how you are going to deal with radium radiation of the dial and hands for time being?

Hace 2 meses
Watcheyes +1
Watcheyes

Hello Kurosch, Thank you very much, Im glad that you liked it. The radium is no problem, you wear the watch as any watch, the radiation agency doesnt forbid it, so no worries =).

Hace 2 meses

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