Level 2: Maintenance Servicing
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Level 2 of our watch repair course is now ready for enrollment.

This level builds upon the very basics discussed in Level 1 by introducing you to the methods involved in stripping a watch to pieces, cleaning, lubrication and re-assembly.

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You are not yet enrolled on any course. The Watch Repair Course is a project developed by Mark Lovick with the support of many Patrons in order to provide an accessible entry into the field of watch repair for anybody with an Internet connection and a desire to learn.

41 Videos

This course contains 41 High Definition videos to demonstrate the lesson content.

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When you have gone through the course and quizes you will receive a certificate of completion.

What will you learn?
  • Stripping a watch movement to pieces
  • Inspecting watch parts for wear or damage
  • Cleaning techniques for movement components
  • Lubrication and re-assembly of the movement
  • Re-Calibrating or regulating and testing the movement
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    Although not an absolute requirement, it is highly recommended you take Level 1 of this course before enrollment on Level 2

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    Wether you are a hobbyist, a watch collector or would like to pursue watch repair as a potential career, you have to start somewhere.

    This course assumes that you do not have any prior knowledge or experience in watch repair and covers everything from different watch case types, including straps, glasses, watch backs and how to open them, the tools you will need and how to use them and breaks down the basic mechanical watch movement, explains all the components and what they do, and finally goes through all the individual watch parts to help you identify them.

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    Target Audience

    Anybody who is interested in watch repair as a hobby or a potential career will truly benefit from the foundations this course provides.

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  1. By Jeff Trish pogo3d on October 1, 2017
    Mark reveals some tips and tricks probably unaware of it. Things that were shown to him when he worked at the watch repair company. Things you cant just learn from a book. Things you have to learn from working with others in a work environment. I cant wait for Level 3!
  2. By Andrew Solomons stoli67 on September 9, 2017
    Mark has a great way of explaining things..... clear and concise instruction. Can't wait for level 3 !
  3. By Robert Schroeder robert schroeder on September 9, 2017
    This level follows very nicely Level 1.
  4. By Charles Knowles Charles Knowles on September 13, 2017
    Mark has a very nice technique. He explains things quietly, and thoroughly. I'll be practising while awaiting Level 3 !!
  5. By Hendarin Riandi Hendarin Riandi on September 27, 2017
    The same headline as the level 1, .... In this level, I can start to follow along on practical watch maintenance/servicing, from stripping down the movement, inspecting, cleaning, lubricating, reassembly, up to testing and timing.

    Very well done course
  6. By Carlo Tacchetti Carlo Tacchetti on September 29, 2017
    Learning while practicing with clear explanations, this is what I gained with this course
  7. By Dave Gordon EagleDave on October 14, 2017
    I am new to watch repair and have watched a lot of YouTube videos. I wish I had started with the Watch Repair Courses.

    There are so many details Mark covers that YouTubers just seem to either don't know or pass over.

    Can't wait for Course 3 to be available.
  8. By Erik Backer Erik Backer on November 8, 2017
    Just completed Level 2 and was very happy with it. Great instruction and great video. Now it's time for a lot of practice. I can't wait for level 3 to be released. Thanks Mark!
  9. By Sewon Kim Sewon Kim on December 14, 2017
    Get yourself a ETA 6497 clone and follow (or attempt to duplicate) what he does in each lesson. Mark makes things look so easy on the video but as you attempt to do the same, you will realize how challenging some tasks are without proper skills and experience. Don't blow through the course in one sitting, just watching video after video. Practice with your own movement after each lesson.
  10. By Justin Wheat Justin Wheat on September 29, 2017
    Ok the talking about the watch and putting back together is kinda strait forward and the Timeing portion was good but could be a lot better but I know the next one will be more about the timeing but I figure most of your lessons were short I kinda expected them to be a lot longer with more information I mean you could let the lessons be longer with a lot more knowledgeable info not a 4 explanation