7 Watch Movements in Extreme Close-Up

7 Watch Movements in Extreme Close-Up

Postby koimaster » June 18th 2018, 11:43am

Finely finished watch movements come to life under magnification. The seven shown here were certainly ready for their close-ups. (To see the watch that gets powered by each movement, just click on the right arrow.)

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Re: 7 Watch Movements in Extreme Close-Up

Postby Racer-X » June 18th 2018, 3:20pm

One closeup/GGI photo of each? Pfft.
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Re: 7 Watch Movements in Extreme Close-Up

Postby MKTheVintageBloke » June 18th 2018, 4:39pm

Turdbillions, boring. OK, save for the Zeitwerk and the Patek movement. In case of the PP, it's just the movement, though - the so very tasteful pairing of the 1980s (and on) font and 1930s design has the contents of my stomach headed the wrong way.
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