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Yes, a level of finish and a proportionate number of original parts.

November 28 2006 at 7:09 PM

bernardcheong  (Login bernardcheong)
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The watch survived a degree of scrutiny under Nikon's high mag, normally reserved for Dufour and Volker.

The number of very distinguished parts, especially wheels and gears with a very strong character makes this watch desirable.

The crown works well, and hides the keyless works, which are not always an attractive part of most watches.

He has also chosen certain parts to demonstrate handcraft, by employing rounded curvatures for anglage, and very acute angles for the cutouts on the plates.

The watch is extremely complex in execution and there is certainly a lot more to say than a "post" on the internet. This work deserves an essay.

Certainly a timepiece I wish to look at again, in very close detail.

Great work!!!

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