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Articles and Information links on most watch related items
most brands covered some may now be out of date.
Most things covered from bracelet resizing to doing
your own watch regulation.

Article collections.

Horological Parts,Tools, Materials & Books
http://www.bhi.co.uk/hints/supplier.htm

C.O.S.C standards and how they do the tests.
http://www.cosc.ch/

Richard Watkins - Horological Books: http://www.hotkey.net.au/~watkinsr/
Replacement Style Rolex Solid And TT Braclets.
http://www.swisswatch.net/Bands_for_Rolex.htm

Excellent Articles on the Inner Workings of a Watch
THE BALANCE WHEEL OF A WATCH (also touches adjustment): http://www.timezone.com/library/horo...horologium0013

Russian Watches (just a few): http://www.horology.ru/eng.htm

Seiko Watch Production Date Calculator
http://www.ittc.ku.edu/~jgauch/watch/seiko.html

RWC - Reto's Watch Collection and more (PMWF): http://www.pmwf.com/Watches/Watches.htm

Timezone Achieve: http://www.timezone.com/library/archives

Timezone Horologies: http://www.timezone.com/library/horologium/

Watch winders and winder information.
http://www.timezone.com/library/itsa...78004898352948

THE ANCHOR ESCAPEMENT: http://www.timezone.com/library/horo...73198118416858

Omega special tools.
http://www.ofrei.com/page443.html

About Movements and Finish
16 Current mechanical chronograph movements: http://www.chronometrie.com/chronomovs/chronomovs.html

79 most Commonly Used Calibres: http://www.ozdoba.net/swisswatch/caliber.html

83 Jewels Too Many: http://www.timezone.com/library/workbench/workbench0025

Automatic Movements: http://www.qahill.com/tz/autos/autos.html

Break in periods of movements (there is none on ETA): http://www.watchuseek.com/cgi-bin/an...38&v=2&gV=0&p=

Center seconds, The Pursuit of: http://www.timezone.com/library/horo...70098360080701

CHOPARD L.U.C. CALIBRE 1.96 (By Walt Odets): http://www.timezone.com/library/horo...72821689171141

Clockwatch (escapement animations): http://www.clockwatch.de/

Deconstructing the Ideal, high-grade wristwatches: http://www.timezone.com/library/cjrml/cjrml0005

Does Faster Mean More Accurate? Frequency Response of a Watch Escapement: http://www.timezone.com/library/coma...omarticles0017

Dubey and Schaldenbrand, The Index Mobile Rattrap ante System: http://www.geocities.com/thomasm178/...lysisver2.html

ETA, strategy to 2010: http://www.nzz.ch/2004/11/14/wi/page-article9ZN1H.html

ETA 2824-2: http://www.chronometrie.com/eta2824/eta2824.html http://www.watchuseek.com/cgi-bin/an...33&v=2&gV=0&p=

ETA 2892: http://www.chronometrie.com/eta2892/eta2892.html.

ETA/Valjoux Calibre 7750:

http://www.timezone.com/library/horo...72313433425752
http://home.xnet.com/~cmaddox/valjoux_7750_engine.html
Grand Seiko movies (making of): http://www.seiko-watch.co.jp/gs/about/movie.asp

Indirect Centre Seconds (Walt Odet): http://www.timezone.com/library/horo...70098360080701 http://www.timezone.com/library/horo...70523058687082

IWC's Great Automatic Movements, The Calibre 85 Family: http://www.iwcforum.com/Articles/Cal...mily/text.html

IWC Reference 5001: http://www.thepurists.net/Patrons/Me...c/iwc_revE.htm

Lemania 5100: http://home.xnet.com/~cmaddox/nouvel...ania_5100.html http://www.lemania5100.net/

Mechanical Magic in Three Dimensions, 3D models of movement details and complications: http://www.zvisuel.com/montrespassion/english/ Requires a plug-in.

Movement prices (ETA and Valjoux): http://www.tztoolshop.com/FB_Catalog_Movements.html

On the Ebauche Tradition: http://www.timezone.com/library/cjrml/cjrml0030

Orbita Watch Database, watches, their movements, and winding information: http://www.orbita.net/pages/17100.htm

Panerai movements (some of the ones in older Panerais): http://www.fortunecity.com/victorian...3/panerai.html

Patek Calibre 240 (Walt Odet): http://www.users.cloud9.net/~bradmcc/240/index.html

Perfect Circle, Variations in Adjustable-Inertia Balance Design: http://www.timezone.com/library/cjrm...28417314218750

Ranfft Watches (movement listing with details): http://www.ranfft.de/cgi-bin/bidfun-...0&ranfft&&uswk

Regulators, a gallery: http://www.timezone.com/library/workbench/workbench0004

Repeaters from the inside: http://forums.timezone.com/index.php...rt=0&rid=10240

Review on different chronograph movements: http://www.watchuseek.com/cgi-bin/an...35&v=2&gV=0&p=

Rolex Tudor Sub Information.
http://forumamontres.forumactif.com/...c.forum?t=1013

Rolex & Tudor calibres models bracelets etc.
http://www.watchspot.net/tudormodelno.html

Rolex Calibre 2235: http://<br /> http://people.timezone...ex/Rolex1.html

ANATOMY OF A GMT WATCH.Like the Rolex designed the GMT Master.
http://fejack.net/misc/gmt24/gmt24.htm

Rolex Submariner Cal. 3135: http://people.timezone.com/mdisher/a...135/3135_1.htm

Russian movements: http://www.horology.ru/articles/TZ.htm

Seiko 6S37A, The Flight Master was on the deck, or something like that: http://www.network54.com/Forum/messa...eid=1020502501

Seiko Calibres: http://www.timezone.com/library/extr...03474986250000 http://service.seiko.com.au/Service2/tg/index.htm

Seiko Spring Drive: http://ninanet.net/watches/others09/...s/mspring.html http://www.network54.com/Forum/threa...eid=1115581202

Sinn Announce DIAPAL Oil-Free Escapement: http://www.timezone.com/library/news...78440051250000

Speedmaster "Moon-watch" Movements: http://home.xnet.com/~cmaddox/moonwa...ackground.html

Tourbillon ("why Tourbillons suck"): http://europastar.com/europastar/wat...tourbillon.jsp

Tourbillon disassembling, Joseph Chevalier with tourbillon Cal. CH 1760: http://forums.timezone.com/index.php...rt=0&rid=10240

Uhrenjournal on IWC's Use of ETA Base Movements: http://www.iwcforum.com/Uhrenjournal.html

Unitas Reference Site: http://www.unitas.netfirms.com/

Vacheron Constantin, A Minute Repeater Tutorial: http://people.timezone.com/mdisher/d...r/vcmrpage.htm

VALJOUX 7750 CHRONOGRAPH (BY WALT ODETS, good explanation of how it works): http://www.timezone.com/library/horo...72313433425752

Valjoux 7750 Overhaul: http://www.timeservices.co.uk/repairs/overhaul.html

Valjoux 7750, when a 7750 ain't a 7750 any longer -- Reworking the workhorse (on IWC modifications): http://www.timezone.com/library/coma...81571896618891

Volker Vsykocil, a word from (on the click): http://www.network54.com/Forum/messa...eid=1097791637

Vostok movements: http://www.watchuseek.com/cgi-bin/an...35&v=2&gV=0&p=

Reviews
A. Lange & Söhne 1815 (critical comments): http://www.thepurists.com/watch/feat...815/index.html http://www.network54.com/Forum/messa...eid=1042857785

Dreadnought versus Kobold Seal: http://www.hossenfeffer.com/dvs.html

Minerva Pythagore "Anniversary Dial": http://www.thepurists.com/watch/feat.../Minervacal48/

(Amateur) Watchmaking, Projects, and How-To's
A Guide on Regulating the ETA 2824: http://home.woh.rr.com/johnholbrook/2824reg.html

Anatomy of a simple cutout (incl. info on bluing): http://forums.timezone.com/index.php...rt=0&rid=10240

Benches, pictures of famous watchmakers benches:

part 1: http://www.network54.com/Forum/threa...eid=1031252004 * part 2: http://www.network54.com/Forum/messa...eid=1122507877
Bezel maintenance: http://www.pmwf.com/cgi-bin/ForumArc...es;read=465266

Bluing: http://www.bhi.co.uk/hints/bluing.htm

Converting a basic UNITAS 6497: http://www.paneristi.com/archives/ug...ing/index.html

Display backs (links to same page): http://scrapintime.faithweb.com/dispback.html http://homepages.tscnet.com/stagebrg/dispback.html

Doxa, some comments about restoration of old watches: http://www.tz-uk.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=8179

How to Clean & Oil a Watch: A Beginners Guide (and other good stuff): http://www.thewatchguy.homestead.com/pages/repair.html

How a watch works.
http://www.clock-watch.de/

How to pronounce those fancy watch words: http://www.chronometrie.com/watchsou...soundspage.htm

HOW TO resize the most common bracelets: http://www.pmwf.com/Watches/WatchSch...0Bracelets.htm

How to wear a NATO strap: http://www.mkiiwatches.com/diy1.html

Photo Tips: http://www.equationoftime.com/forums...ex.cgi?read=91

Polishing The Acrylic Crystal: http://www.oysterworld.de/crystal.htm

TWEAKING THE MARK XII (excellent explanation of how adjustments are done): http://www.timezone.com/library/horo...horologium0041

Watch Repair (1918 book online): http://www.oldandsold.com/articles22...repair-1.shtml

Great Watchmakers
A Watch Story, by and about Ron DeCorte: http://people.timezone.com/mdisher/d...watchstory.htm

Daniel Roth, Jean Daniel Nicolas Two-Minute Tourbillon: http://www.thepurists.net/Patrons/me...photoessay.htm

Kiu Tai Yu (self taught master watchmaker): http://www.kiutaiyu.com. Also read this: The Amazing Mr. Kiu http://www.timezone.com/library/wbore/wbore0003.

Paul Gerber's Retro twin: http://www.tp178.com/ct/gerber/gerber.htm

Philippe Dufour's Simplicity - A Documentary, About Movement finishing: http://people.timezone.com/mdisher/d...ocumentary.htm

Svend Andersen (AHCI member): http://andersen-geneve.ch The Purist 178 Interviews the Danish master watchmaker: http://www.thepurists.com/watch/feat...andersenoct01/

Vianney Halter, a visit to: http://people.timezone.com/mdisher/decorte/vh/vhart.htm

Miscellaneous
A Day in Watch School: http://www.thepurists.com/watch/indu...clesindex.html http://www.tp178.com/jd/watch-school/1/article1.html

About pilot's watches: http://www.equationoftime.com/forums...9366#Responses

Advice for Buyers on Sales Corner: http://forums.timezone.com/index.php...rt=0&rid=10240

Antti Ronkko's homemade watch: http://www.network54.com/Forum/messa...eid=1107011709

B-Uhr: http://www.qahill.com/tz/b-uhr/b-uhr.html

Balance Wheel - A Brief History of the Technology: http://members.tripod.com/~watchdoc/balance_wheel.htm

Best Watches in the Swiss Watch Shows (2004, incl. the impressive TAG Heuer v4): http://people.timezone.com/pchong/Best.htm

Beater: http://forums.timezone.com/index.php...oto=1100&rid=0

Breguet Legacy: http://www.timezone.com/library/cjrm...39338949687500

BREITLING SLIDE-RULE MANUAL (requires windows to be extracted): http://www.zetleins.onau.net/sliderule_exe.htm

Brief History of Soviet Space Timepieces: http://www.network54.com/Forum/messa...eid=1098311711

British Masters in Timekeeping: http://www.timezone.com/library/itsa...74622086598934

Celebrity Watch, watches in movies (with screenshots): http://home.san.rr.com/dyamasaki/cel...britywatch.htm

Diving watches, the story of: http://www.timezone.com/library/psttime/psttime0006

Dynamic Pressure on Diving Watch (is a myth): http://forums.timezone.com/index.php...10240#msg_1116

Felix Baumgartner, URWERK, Harry Winston and the Opus V: http://www.thepurists.net/Patrons/me...pusv/part1.htm

Field Test Review of the LIMES "OUTBACK 2": http://www.tp178.com/mh/limes_review..._review_1.html

Francois-Paul Journe, ThePuristS Interview: http://www.tp178.com/tjn/journe/fpj/fpj2%5B2%5D.html

Helium valve, atypical thoughts on helium escape valves: http://forums.timezone.com/index.php...oto=1219&rid=0

History of Grand Seiko: http://plaza19.mbn.or.jp/~kseiya/gs/

In the 21st century, what is the state of the mechanical watch? http://www.europastar.com/europastar..._id=1000611899

Inside COSC: http://www.timezone.com/library/wbor...33384647656250

Invicta Torture Test: http://www.geekhideout.com/freeze.shtml

IWC, A Guided Tour of The IWC Factory: http://www.timezone.com/library/coma...96329341969788

Jaeger-LeCoultre memovox (in Danish): http://www.vintageure.dk/Artikler/memovox.htm

James Bond's watches: http://members.optushome.com.au/heliosz/jamesbond.html

Luminous materials: http://www.rctritec.com/w_watch.html

Minerva, Like Phoenix from the ashes - the astonishing rebirth of Minerva SA, Villeret: http://www.ornatus-mundi.ch/artikel_11/artikel_11_1.htm

My Descent Into Hell - The Mind of a Watch Addict: http://www.fullyvested.com/bae/watch/trail.html

My Obsession, by William Gibson: http://www.wired.com/wired/archive/7.01/ebay_pr.html

Navigator, Icons of Wristwatch Design 1: http://people.timezone.com/msandler/...Navigator.html

Nomos Tangente: http://www.pixelp.com/watches/nomos/

Odd Watches: http://zorigami.free.fr/odd_watches/

Omega Marine Chronometer (megaquartz): http://www.mancini99.freeserve.co.uk...uartz__te.html

Omega Speedmaster (in Danish): http://www.uhrmageriet.dk/speedmaster.htm

Oysterworld quite good rolex information.
http://www.oysterworld.de/1/index.htm

Once upon a time, at a watch show in Geneva..... (2004, many Panerai pics): http://forums.timezone.com/index.php...o=793627&rid=5

Ordering your COSC Certificate from Omega: http://www.rolexreferencepage.com/om...omegacosc.html

Oris Training, This is how a mechanical watch works (quiz): http://www.oris.ch/english/info/training/training.html

Panerai, Interview with Angelo Bonati of Panerai: http://www.timezone.com/library/tzin...42020270625000

Panerai History: http://europastar.com/europastar/mag..._id=1000611901

Panerai Club:
The Golden Gate Panerai Club http://www.ggpaneraiclub.com

Patek Philippe Aquanaut: http://www.timezone.com/library/archives/archives0035

PuristS trip to MJLC: http://www.network54.com/Forum/messa...eid=1099323852

Railroad Time, Railroad Pocket Watches and the CPR: http://people.timezone.com/msandler/.../Railroad.html

Rantings about mechanical watches: http://groups.google.com/groups?selm...ing.google.com http://groups.google.com/groups?selm...ing.google.com

Redefining the Art of German Watchmaking, A visit to master watchmakers Dieter and Dirk Dornblueth: http://www.timezone.com/library/coma...13056488125000

Rolex Mobement Calibers.
http://www.oysterworld.de/1/index.htm

Rolex Serial Numbers.
http://www.oysterworld.de/1/index.htm

Rolex Dial And Bracelets etc.
http://www.oysterworld.de/dials05.htm

Rolex, Charity: http://forums.timezone.com/index.php...rt=0&rid=10240 See also: http://www.rolexawards.com and http://www.rolexmentorprotege.com

Most things Rolex Omega on these below links.

http://www.omegarolex.com/

http://www.omegarolex.com/rolex_movements.shtml

Rolex automatic calibres.
http://www.oysterworld.de/calibers.htm

Rolex, How tough is the SD? - My own test: http://forums.timezone.com/index.php...40#msg_1034835

Rolex models when were they made http://www.manleyhorlogerie.com/Watc...m#Rolex_Models

Rolex "Single Red" Seadweller: http://bjsonline.com/watches/articles/0012_1.shtml

Rolex, The "Prisoner of War" watches: http://www.ukwatches.com/Notes/prisoner.htm

Russische Uhren und ihre Geschichte: http://mitglied.lycos.de/easytime/

Seiko Basic Automatic Diver Lines, Economic Reliability and Durability...: http://forums.timezone.com/index.php...240#msg_685418

Seiko Divers Reference: http://www.makedostudio.com/watches/...ers/index.html

Seiko Prospex Shrouded Divers: http://forums.timezone.com/index.php...10240#msg_2263

Seiko, The Seiko Diver's 200 Meter SKX779, about 7s26: http://www.thepurists.com/watch/features/8ohms/7s26/

Seiko Thermic, The world's first watch that driven by body heat: http://www.roachman.com/thermic/

Seiko, Torture Test: http://www.chronoguy.com/horology/seiko/

Seiko Institute of Horology, a visit to: http://www.roachman.com/skmuseum/

Seiko vs. Omega (diver review): http://www.chronoguy.com/horology/svo/index.htm

So You Want A Standard for Comparison, on quality:

Part 1: http://www.time4watches.com/WatchKin...1%20of%203.htm
Part 2: http://www.time4watches.com/WatchKin...2%20of%203.htm
Part 3: http://www.time4watches.com/WatchKin...3%20of%203.htm
Sinn 142 pages: http://sinn142.fateback.com/

Soviet Space Watches, A Brief History of: http://www.network54.com/Forum/messa...eid=1098919234

The Crown and the Cross, An essay on transparency and light, and heart (Rolex, Patek---and some philosophy): http://www.users.cloud9.net/~bradmcc/lux.html

Theorie Horlogerie: http://www.horlogerie-suisse.com/The...e/accueil.html

Thrashing watches (The hardcore: Panerai Luminor Marina 44mm, Breitling SOP): http://forums.timezone.com/index.php...oto=1163&rid=0

Type 20: French Military Chronographs: http://www.qahill.com/tz/type20/type20.html

Understanding Watch Crystals: http://www.tz-uk.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5914

Using Your Ears When Buying Vintage Watches: http://www.time4watches.com/WatchKin...hen_buying.htm

Vostok - an overview: http://www.pmwf.com/cgi-bin/ForumArc...mes;read=48885

Watch This Movie, Wristwatches In Movies, by Edward Heliosz: http://members.optushome.com.au/heliosz/movielist.html

Watch-Collector's Paradise (incl. dictionary): http://www.datacomm.ch/rbu/index.html

Watches used in the British military: http://www.mwrforum.net/cgi-bin/mwr.pl?read=92101

Watches approved by NASA (Omega X33 and Speed Master, Casio G-Shock, and Timex Ironman): http://www.nasaexplores.com/show2_ar....php?id=02-024
Link to most of watch brand makers out there.
http://www.europastar.com/europastar...inks/index.jsp

Water Resistance (TZ thread): http://forums.timezone.com/index.php...rt=0&rid=10240

Who owns who in the watch industry...: http://home.xnet.com/~cmaddox/brands.html http://www.ozdoba.net/swisswatch/whoownswhom.html

World's Most Complicated Wristwatch: http://www.tp178.com/jd/uber-comp/artikel_4_1.html

Pictures
Chronophage (french): http://www.chronophage.com/l_revues.php

Electron Microscope Images of Two Vintage Mechanical Wristwatches: http://alanwatch.homestead.com/electronwatch.html

IWC PORTUGUESE AUTOMATIC 5001: http://www.ntu.edu.sg/home/aharry/iw...auto/index.htm

Minute Machines, beautiful photos of a 25 watches: http://www.minutemachines.com/

PAM111 next to a PRS-11: http://www.network54.com/Forum/threa...eid=1082620933

Panerai Base: http://www.network54.com/Forum/messa...eid=1086140671

Panerai, most of them: http://www.lacotedesmontres.com/cgi-...DM.cgi?panerai

Panerai: The Golden Gate Panerai Club http://www.ggpaneraiclub.com

Rolex Ads: http://www.tcjj.com/rolexads.html


Sinn 656, a brief photo essay of the inside (ETA 2824-2): http://www.convergencetime.com/heart...artofgold.html

Speedmaster, 9 Speedmasters spread out: http://home.xnet.com/~cmaddox/omega/...dy_spread.html

SteveG's Watch Launchpad: http://ninanet.net/watches/launchpad.html

Watchscape, watch images: http://www.watchscape.hpg.ig.com.br/

Misc
Digital Sundials: http://www.digitalsundial.com/

Urmagerskolen: http://www.urmagerskolen.dk/

Diving Watches
French page about diver's watches: http://assoc.wanadoo.fr/amicale.a112....fr/zdiver.htm

Home Pages
Abbey Clock Clinic (Mark Headrick's Horology Page): http://www.abbeyclock.com/. Great free book on escapements and animations.

Billy Schoor, US military watches (Benrus, Elgin): http://www.freewebs.com/billyschorr/

Chuck Maddox Watch articles: http://home.xnet.com/~cmaddox/an_ind...cles_writt.htm

COMEX diving watches (Rolex), Shin Anamitsu: http://www.asahi-net.or.jp/~ME3S-ANM...ax_top_eng.htm

John B. Holbrook, II, page on Invicta and other good stuff, including how to regulate a 2824 movement: http://home.woh.rr.com/johnholbrook/

Marc's Wristwatch Articles: http://htexplained.com/watches/

Militäruhren / Military Timepieces: http://www.knirim.de/

Per's Horology Site (author of Amateur Watchmaking): http://w1.470.telia.com/~u47026218/

Roger Rüegger (dive watches, in German): http://www.rruegger.ch/

Slide Rule Watches: http://biothinking.com/watch/

SteveG's Watch Launchpad (short reviews with beautiful pictures): http://ninanet.net/watches/launchpad.html

Swiss Watches: http://www.ozdoba.net/swisswatch/watchmain.html

Urban's watch weblog http://www.canit.se/~griffon/watches/timeblogark.html

Time 4 Watches: http://www.time4watches.com/

Fora etc.
Amateur Watchmaking: http://www.watchuseek.com/aw-forum/index.html

Connecting Watches, forum about good and bad guys: http://connectingwatches.com/

Equation of time: http://www.equationoftime.com/

Equation of time, Ultimate Dive Watch Forum: http://www.equationoftime.com/forums/diveforum/

Big watch forum: http://www.network54.com/Forum/246576

NAWCC Military Timepieces Forum: http://nawcc-ihc-mb.infopop.cc/eve/u...61&f=990103944

Poor Man's Watch Forum (incl. T20PMW - Top 20): http://www.pmwf.com/,

Royal Oak Club: http://www.royaloakclub.com/

Time2Watch (reviews on divers): http://www.time2watch.net/articles.htm

Shopping
Atomic Time, radio controlled watches: http://www.atomictime.com/

Bill Yao's custom watches: http://www.mkiiwatches.com/. In UK: http://www.watchworksintl.com

Cousins Material House, U.K. (they have luminova): http://www.clockspares.net/

Dream Watches, Used exclusive watches: http://dream-watch.com/

HIGUCHI-INC (Japan): http://www.higuchi-inc.com/index-e.html

International Dial Co. (redialing): http://www.intldial.com/

International Watch Works (custom work): http://www.angelfire.com/blues/andca...Firstpage.html

Joseph watches, vintage watches (in Spain): http://joseph-watches.com

Kseiya (Tokyo): http://kseiya.zoovy.com/

Lindholt's: http://www.lindholts.dk

Montanas, tools from Germany, set for around 100 euro: http://montanos-uhrmachershop.de/

Officina Italia (straps by Bros Manifatture): http://www.officina-italia.com/euorder.html

Roachman in Malaysia: http://www.roachman.com/

Russian Souvenirs (Frank Spar): http://russiansouvenirs.com/

RLT watches, O & W, Poljot and others: http://rltwatches.com/

S-PARTS (Jurgen Straps), homepage does not contain much info, the email address is info@s-parts.de: http://www.s-parts.biz

ScWaCo (small danish company run by Dan, a nice guy I meet at a visit to the danish watch school): http://scwaco.dk/

Selva, tools and stuff from Germany (mostly for clocks): http://www.selva.de/

Shenton Books: http://www.shentonbooks.com/

Silvermagic: http://www.smwatches.com/

Skywatches (Singapore): http://www.skywatches.com.sg/

Smirs (russian watches): http://www.smirs.com

Subdial (danish, seiko5, casio g-shock etc.): http://www.subdail.dk/who.html

Tools and parts (us): http://shorinternational.com/ http://shorinternational.com/WatchRepair.htm

TZ toolshop: http://www.tztoolshop.com/

Uhren Roemer (cases, rodico): http://www.uhren-roemer.de/

Uhrmageriget (vintage Omega in DK): http://www.uhrmageriet.dk/

Magazines
Reviews: http://forums.timezone.com/index.php...1430&rid=10240 http://forums.timezone.com/index.php...4837&rid=10240

hr:WATCHES ($117 for one year international subscription, but one can get two years for one, rated as the worst of these three): http://www.hrwatches.com/index.html

IWW (UK subscription not working yet, they have had ads for MA, and articles on MA): http://www.iww.co.uk/ (http://internationalwristwatch.com)

Watchtime Magazine ($51/$87/$123 for 6/12/18 magazines), should have the most serious articles: http://www.watchtime.com/

Watch Companies
Links to watch companies: http://www.argoeditore.net/orologio/links.htm

Auguste Reymond http://www.augustereymond.com/

dFreemont, cheap automatics: http://www.dfreemontwatches.com/

Fricker, watch cases (Hanhart, Marcello C., Muhle, Oris, Sinn, Tutima): http://www.w-fricker.de/

Glycine: http://www.glycine-watch.ch/

Kobold, utility watches a little Sinn-like: http://www.koboldwatch.com/

Limes: http://limes-uhren.de/

Oris: http://www.oris-watch.com/

Poljot: http://www.poljot.com/

Quinting (transparent quartz watches): http://www.quinting-watches.com

RGM Watches: http://www.rgmwatches.com/

Seiko, PROSPEX: http://www.seiko-watch.co.jp/psx/products/index.asp

Stowa, pilot's watches (470+ euro): http://www.stowa.de/

Vixa: http://www.griggio.net/

Zeno: http://www.zenowatchbasel.com/

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Good work Padi. A list like that deserves it's own forum.
You can say that again.....LMAO!!!
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OK. Good work Padi. A list like that deserves it's own forum.
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WOW, that's a great list, thanks very much Padi!

I think I'll be doing a few extra hours reading, darn I need to get back to work!

Second thoughts, Padi why did you do this to me, I'll never be able to concerntrate at work today!
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