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    Articles on learning about watches

    When I click the subforum of this one (for articles), only one article shows up: (https://forums.watchuseek.com/f66/the...nts-42169.html).

    Learning about thermocompensation watches was great and I was wondering if there were similar links to articles like that. I would prefer reading more about movements and what separates bad watches from good watches (luxury watches would be an extension of that I assume?).

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    Re: Articles on learning about watches

    Anything? Any direction would be great.

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    Re: Articles on learning about watches

    jt67 and shoen like this.

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    Re: Articles on learning about watches

    Don't know if this helps, but I found WUS when I googled a question I had. One question lead to another, and between googling it and searching the forum for answers, I've learned a lot. The cool thing about WUS is that every time you come looking for the answers to a question, you'll typically find more info, which prompts you to read more and ask more. Articles? Don't need 'em. Let your questions and the forum be your guide, I say.
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