White coats time

So micro-mechanics is done with (from an exam point of view). Amongst other things, that means a move from wearing dark blue coats at our benches to crisp, new white coats. Our classroom just officially became a clean room. 

It’s time to start servicing watches. Specifically, the ETA 6498. A big old clunker that would be familiar to Panerai owners (or not). 

Straightforward, easy to work on and perfect for a load of beginners to get stuck into. First things first, take it apart….

Then put it back together again. Then take it apart again. Now put it back together…you can see how this goes. Repetition, repetition, repetition, practice, practice, practice. This is exactly what I signed up for and I love it. 


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