A 1960s Seiko 6216A Restoration – Extended Narrated Edition

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This is my extended edition of a 1960s Seikomatic 6216A restoration video which I shared on YouTube. The YouTube version is about 30 minutes long, this version is over 1 and a half hours long with full narration of the stripdown and rebuilding process.

I am making this available to Patrons who support the Watch Repair Channel and as a bonus video for those who have completed Level 2 of the watch repair course.

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Hello Mark,

Great work, as usual! I have just one question, it relates to stabilizing the dial silvering and printing. What lacquer did you use? as in the past I have had trouble, if the spirit content was too high. It has acted like paint stripper and I have had to do it again and again trying different applications.

Can you let me know?

regards

George