Maintaining and Repairing Mechanical Watches

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This invaluable, practical book is written by a watch repairer with more than 20 years' experience. It is aimed principally at the novice mechanical watch repairer, although those with more experience will also find it most useful. Brimming with advice and useful tips, it provides step-by-step photographs with accompanying text and demonstrates how to maintain a mechanical watch, and how to identify problems and correct them. The author discusses the theory behind how a watch works and reveals how to take a watch apart and how to reassemble it without causing any damage. Each section of the book is related to a particular element within the watch, and the author clearly explains the function and design of each part.

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Mark W. Wiles runs the workshop at Antique & Modern in East Barnet. After passing his Final British Horological Institute (BHI) examination in technical horology, he was granted a three-year apprenticeship by the Worshipful Company of Clockmakers. In 2010 Mark became both a Freeman of the WCC and the BHI's youngest accredited Fellow.
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