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    Mar 31,  · The case of the watch refers to the area that holds the dial and hands. The case shape can be anything from a traditional circle to an oval or Tonneau design. Different watchmakers use various styles and types of cases using precious metals, stainless steel, and other materials.
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    Feb 19,  · Just a quick video on my watch collection. Most of these timepieces are made from Tungsten (conttranchargalahodasarmylawacomp.co), a material which is very difficult to scratch. Most of .
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    Sep 30,  · "Hamilton Illinois Ball Pocket Watch Railroad Case Thread Repair Tool INFO 4 YOU" After seeing it second time now I remember. Nylon spacers, 2 1/ (says most common) screws and one 1/ tap used for the 3 tips (I had thought grinding somehow -memory sucks). The nylon spacer hold the 2 screws and tap in place.
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    Nov 15,  ·) But quartz watches are more durable than the mechanical variety, and are obviously much more affordable. The Expensive Classic: Rolex Submariner ~$8, Affordable Alternative: Invicta Men’s OB Pro Diver ~$ The dive watch is probably one of the most common watch types you see men wear. And we likely have James Bond to thank for that.
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    Mar 08,  · The only railroad-approved watch I own is a Hamilton from , a gift from a relative who collected clocks and watches. Maybe Ben10Ben can give us the exact dates the 18s size watches where no longer approved, as well as the minimum requirement of 21 jewels effective date. Eastside Centre Ct, Suite 6, Mountain Home, AR
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