I've ordered the following watch for the purpose of disassembling and reassembling it for fun. At only $100 AUS I can always buy another movement and start again if I stuff it up. I'm only a noob, but this is how we learn. I've bought a huge array of watchmaker's tools and cannot wait for it to arrive. And to top it off, if I'm successful, I'll learn much about this movement, service it myself and get the pleasure of wearing it myself. There are a series of four youtube videos on disassembling and reassembling the seagull st36 handwound movement, so I'm just going to follow them. BTW, I much prefer handwound big movements, as my eyesight is not what it used to be, so if I don't have my glasses on I'll still be able to tell the time. I'm using 902L watch oil for lubrication. Pity it doesn't have the Hangzhou 9000 movement as I would prefer to work on it as I believe it is a better quality movement than Seagull but it's a place to start.
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