LEVEL 1 - The Basics
Here is a full summary of all the modules and lessons found in Level 1 of this course, The Basics. All the images you find below, and on this whole web page are actual screen shots from the lesson videos. Once you have gained access to the course level, you will have access to it for as long as you need - there are no time limits. This will allow you to go over and review all the course content as many times as you like, even after you have completed the course.
What you will learn...
You will be learning watch repair from the ground up. We shall start by discussing your optimal working environment, then proceed to talk about some of the tools and equipment you will be using, giving you clear demonstrations on how to use them.
Everything you need to know in order to get started
We will then discuss some of the consumable products you will need such as oils and greases. You will then learn about the different types of watch cases, glasses, crowns, pushers, straps. Finally we will concentrate on the anatomy of the watch movement, and the different components. You will be shown how to identify watch parts and calibers of movement.
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C1.1 Work Environment
It is important to be in a quiet and stress free environment when working on watches. You can potentially be working for many hours on a project and so being comfortable and maintaining a healthy working position is absolutely essential to your well being and also to your productivity.
c1.2 Essential Tools
There are so many different tools designed for different aspects of watch repairing, it would be difficult to go through them all. Some are essential from the start and others you can acquire as you progress.
c1.3 Consumable Products
As well as your tools you will need to have on hand a number of products to aid you in effective watch cleaning and repair.
In fact, there are some products which are easily available and you may even have on hand. Whilst others are rather specialised to the horology trade.
c1.4 The Watch Case
A watch, whilst being a scientific instrument serving an important purpose in our day to day lives, would also be considered a piece of jewellery or even a fashion accessory.
For some, it is more important for the watch to be a reliable and accurate timepiece and for others the style and design is the primary concern when choosing a watch.
c1.5 The Watch Movement
Now that we have covered the basic requirements to get started in watch repair, lets go on to discuss the watch movement itself.
Inside the watch case you will find the movement. The mechanical watch movement is a mechanism which has a set of connected components engineered in order to ultimately present the time in as accurate a manner as possible.
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