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Well I'm back on here for another review. Level 2 this time. Once again the lessons are informative and the videos are very clear. sometimes it gets a little confusing if Mark isn't speaking for a bit while he's concentrating on putting Parts in, but just keep watching and you'll see that the video hasn't froze up. I've been able to fix a few watches and get them running again.
my practice watches and some of my father's watches I inherited when he died. I have seen these watches my whole life and a lot of them didn't work but they were cool to look at. now they're even cooler when I pull them out of my suit jacket watch pocket on a gold fob. Once again Bravo Mark. I've been fixing regular sized clocks for about 6 years now and getting more confident in the small pocket watches and wrist watches. I probably have over 50 antique clocks and probably 20 or 30 pocket and wrist watches. I wish this course had been around when my dad was still alive cuz I know we would have shared some good times taking this course together as he was housebound for the last 15 years of his life. I guess my paternal grandfather and my father dabbled in watch repair before I graced this Earth.
If you find benefit in MArk's free online videos, this course is not to be missed. They are well-crafted and deep.
Great course. Mark's attention to detail is right on the, er, mark!
I stumbled across Marks’s channel on YouTube and was fascinated and interested by his videos. Mark does an amazing job of explaining the intricacies of watches, disassembling, cleaning, repairing and more.
I was so fascinated and impressed by his material and presentation that I registered with his watch repair lessons website. I’m a total newbie and I am now working through the first course and thoroughly enjoying it.
The quality of his content, narration and photography are superb. I’m looking forward to moving through the courses and learning more and more.
Mark is precise and concise. Although I thought I had Level 1 in the bag, the level assessment was still a welcome challenge! Thanks, Mark!