Hi again !
Today I took the movement apart once again, because of it's exceptionally poor perforemance during test period.
Some pics made with a pocket camera, sorry...
Sorry for the mess as well...
If you take the second hand off, the movement can be fairly well disassembled without taking it out of it's case.
Like I said - I don't want the dial off again for now.
Updated 12-28-2016 at 10:25 AM by pmwas
Today, in the special day od Christmas Eve, I'm writing a post on a watch very special to me.
To begin with, I'd like to remind you of an older blog post, where I've shown early Russian Pobeda watches, with the famous K26 movement inside:
This used to contain a link to my website, where the detailed pics of how the K26 looks inside were shown, but I had to delete the link as my website
Updated 12-24-2016 at 01:01 PM by pmwas
Today I wish to continue the subject of soviet era eastern bloc watchmaking.
To begin with - a watch I got from a friend of my grandfather's...
An old pic...
This is a damaged watch and lacking center second hand (broken pinion) as well.
Still - I think the man would be offended if I discarded that so it stayed on my shelf.
The occcasion to repair it occured accidentally, when I tried to
Updated 12-20-2016 at 09:20 AM by pmwas
(so many misspelled words :()
Day after day, but I have some free time and also I need to get away from 'things' I don't want to mention here (paperwork, so to say).
So today I took my Getty out of the box, to see what's inside.
The Getty model, presumably designed by Mr Getty in late 1800s, is a common 16 size, lever set Illinois movement, made in various grades and large numbers.
Like I said, this was credited to Mr Getty, though little is known for sure, as it was recently discussed on the
Like I promised, today we go east from the There Emperors' corner, following the Russian boarder to Maczki.
Once a village on the boarder, today incorporated to the city of Sosnowiec.
Of course I took the easier way to travel by car, as - despite it's in the boraders of my city - it's quite a drive.
For a short while winter is gone now here, and this looks more like autumn.
Not a very pleasant weather for sightseeing...
Updated 12-12-2016 at 03:24 PM by pmwas