My Rolex Datejust on a timegrapher

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Re: My Rolex Datejust on a timegrapher

#11 Post by Captain Crandall » Thu Sep 15, 2016 12:08 pm

bobb wrote:Isn't that your Dad's watch that he left you Captain? A.K.A. Accutronitis A.K.A. PhoenixMars A.K.A. Steve Berreth from Las Vegas?
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Actually no I bought at Tourneau Time Dome quite a while ago but that is who I had service it and he is a very good friend of mine, After Steve told me that he adjusts all of the watches of this type on his timegrapher and that it showed him exactly how the watch was running I bought one of my own so I can check to see how my watches are running, Steve showed me how to make heads or tails out of the readings, When I first got it I put one of my watches on it and never seeing one work before I still thought how hard can it be but looking at the readings I have to admit I had no idea what it was telling me but Steve showed me what everything meant I now I can't imagine being without one !
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Re: My Rolex Datejust on a timegrapher

#12 Post by Jelea » Mon Jan 16, 2017 11:32 pm

do you know what kind movement inside this watch?

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Re: My Rolex Datejust on a timegrapher

#13 Post by afire » Tue Jan 17, 2017 11:35 am

Real men wear small watches.

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Re: My Rolex Datejust on a timegrapher

#14 Post by vintagehamiltons » Tue Jan 17, 2017 11:57 am


Just waiting for the right moment...
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