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StaticCling 08-23-2020 1:53pm

Restoration of a Tudor Wristwatch that took a bullet in Vietnam
 

BOTY 08-23-2020 2:36pm

Thank you for posting, that was a great story. :seasix:

bill_daniels 08-23-2020 3:00pm

I didn't finish the video, but why are two servicemen connected to one watch? I did enjoy watching the clips of actually restoring the watch, choosing not to restore the luminescence of the watch hands, the reasoning, etc. The repair/restoration folks obviously have skillz.

snide 08-23-2020 3:44pm

Quote:

Originally Posted by bill_daniels (Post 1799203)
I didn't finish the video, but why are two servicemen connected to one watch? I did enjoy watching the clips of actually restoring the watch, choosing not to restore the luminescence of the watch hands, the reasoning, etc. The repair/restoration folks obviously have skillz.

Explained in the video. :slap:

Millenium Vette 08-23-2020 9:22pm

Wow, very cool! :seasix:

:cert:

Dan Dlabay 08-24-2020 6:47am

A great story.:cert:

Nox 08-24-2020 8:06am

Thatís a great story and it perfectly explains one of the reasons I got into military watches way back when I did.... Thanks for posting it.


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