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a Seiko Goldfeather… Here is how it works. The key to the circuit is the transistor which acts as a switch. As the first pair of magnets on the balance wheel pass over the induction coils and a positive current is induced in the coil connected to the base of the transistor. This current effectively ‘opens’ the transistor and allows a larger flow oc current from the capacitor/battery through the transistor and down through the second induction coil. Here is a watch that you don’t see every day.

a Smiths W10. Here is a picture of the movement with the dial removed so you can see the minute counter mechanism…. Here is a picture of the dial half way through cleaning – you can see the difference between the original matt finish on the left and the oil covered shine on the right. Here is a picture of both watches together in a vintage Aquastar catalogue. Here is a picture of a new dial foot in place (and inset is the 0.5mm drill used to remove the old feet alongside a match… small stuff!) Here is a great looking watch from the 1970’s.

a Zenith Surf. Here is a watch that will be familiar to military watch enthusiasts, a Smiths W10. Here is a picture of the movement with the dial removed so you can see the minute counter mechanism…. Here is a picture of the dial half way through cleaning – you can see the difference between the original matt finish on the left and the oil covered shine on the right. Here is a picture of both watches together in a vintage Aquastar catalogue. Here is a picture of a new dial foot in place (and inset is the 0.5mm drill used to remove the old feet alongside a match… small stuff!) Here is a great looking watch from the 1970’s.

a Smiths W10. Here is a picture of the movement with the dial removed so you can see the minute counter mechanism…. Here is a picture of the dial half way through cleaning – you can see the difference between the original matt finish on the left and the oil covered shine on the right. Here is a picture of both watches together in a vintage Aquastar catalogue. Here is a picture of a new dial foot in place (and inset is the 0.5mm drill used to remove the old feet alongside a match… small stuff!) Here is a great looking watch from the 1970’s.

a Smiths W10. Here is a picture of the movement with the dial removed so you can see the minute counter mechanism…. Here is a picture of the dial half way through cleaning – you can see the difference between the original matt finish on the left and the oil covered shine on the right. Here is a picture of both watches together in a vintage Aquastar catalogue. Here is a picture of a new dial foot in place (and inset is the 0.5mm drill used to remove the old feet alongside a match… small stuff!) Here is a great looking watch from the 1970’s.

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