Hi everyone looks like a great site you have here. Just thought I would introduce myself
I'm Paul and I collect Tissot watches, everything from a PR100 to PRS 200 to my latest beauty a blue Seastar 1000 chronograph that weighs a tonne
My hobby is polishing watches using only the best professional tools and equipment, getting all the scratches out and bringing the watch back to and if not better than its former stunning beauty.
I have joined this forum as I want to learn more about servicing watches / replacing movements etc, I have all the tools to do this but am yet to replace my first movement, does anyone on here know of any great books out there that show you in a Haynes manual type way of how to replace a watch movement?
i know there are loads out there but most seem to date from 1946 etc
anyway, enough about me and I hope to chat to some of you soon best regards
One more thing, I would love to post pictures on here of watches that I put on eBAy for sale after being polished to get peoples opinion of the polishing job that i do but I don't want to break any rules there maybe in place as it maybe classed that I am advertising my watches etc and I don't want to get off on the wrong foot thank you