Stefan Vorkoetter: Programmer, hobbyist, amateur watchmaker, pilot, and collector of fountain pens, slide rules, calculators, and watches.
::subwave:: Chronograph Sea-Gull "1963" Chronograph Vortix Evolution (Explorer/Ranger homage) Vortix Adventurer (Sub/Explorer homage) Black Lagoon (Black Bay homage) Velocimaster V-33 (X-33 homage) Штурманские (Sturmanskie) Chronograph Полет (Poljot)/Sekonda Alarm Восток Амфибия (Vostok Amphibia) 420 with Cavalry Dial Timex Expedition
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I always got the sense that you liked the polished middle links so maybe just get them replaced so you can keep the look. My clasp has tons of scratches but I have been afraid to mess with it. Are you saying that the best thing to use is 15 grit sandpaper and rub it on the clasp back and forth a few times? Take care. Stephen
I meant re-polished but this spell check changed it to replaced. Wonderful technology.
Hi guys, having a freaking hard time removing my bracelet. Never been so tough for other watches. Any help is appreciated!
I can push the pins, but the bracelet is not moving at all!
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