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    Mechanical Mind

    Hey everyone- this isn't specifically Stowa/Schauer related, but this is the only watch forum I post on or read, so I thought I'd put this up for people's entertainment- this artist creates various various things out of old mechanical watch parts:

    A Mechanical Mind

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    Re: Mechanical Mind

    Moved to Public since it is - indeed - not Stowa related at all.
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    Re: Mechanical Mind

    Interesting jewelery using repurposed watch movements. For several years I've seen attractive cuff links that use smaller movements. That site takes the concept to a whole new level. Thanks for sharing it.

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    Re: Mechanical Mind

    Very cool. Thanks for posting this.

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    Smile Re: Mechanical Mind

    meh, looks like a load of old watch parts to me

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    Re: Mechanical Mind

    This jewelry is certainly unique. Even as much as I love watches, this seems pretty crazy to me at this point. It won't be until a couple years later that this stuff will become normal.
    "The stuff that dreams are made of…" - RGM ‘801 EE Motor Barrel’

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    Re: Mechanical Mind

    Quote Originally Posted by mpalmer View Post
    Even as much as I love watches, this seems pretty crazy to me at this point. It won't be until a couple years later that this stuff will become normal.
    Could you explain/expand on this sentence?

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