Category: mechanical watch repair

June 15, 2017 timesticking No comments exist

Daring and complex inside and out, Fossil’s new motion-powered automatic Modern Machine makes an unforgettable impression. Nestled in an incredibly durable steel case, a see-through skeleton dial showcases the watch’s precise mechanics. Harkening back to the industrial innovation of 1950s America, Modern Machine channels masculine cool with durable utilitarian details. The automatic movement features a…

May 16, 2017 timesticking No comments exist

The classic definition of a “good” watch generally refers to a watch with mechanical movement. Most Automatic/mechanical watches use an intricate system of gears and springs that rely on mechanical energy to operate. Because of their craftsmanship, these watches are given higher regard because they capture the fine art of watch-making. They command a higher…

May 16, 2017 timesticking No comments exist

With a textured dial, Fossil’s rich leather Mechanical watch is a classic piece for today. Created with a window in the dial to reveal the inner workings and gears of this must-have twist timepiece, this Fossil’s Twist watch has the look of an automatic combined with the accuracy of a quartz movement. The twist movement…

July 26, 2016 timesticking

When mechanical watches stop working, they usually need to be cleaned and re-oiled. Over time the oils that are used to lubricate the parts in a watch dry out and break down. This causes the components in the watch to wear out, this wear damages the pivots on the wheels and can in some cases…