Дата публикации: 2018-05-27 16:18
A followup to that if the DD module was functioning fine and didn 8767 t require servicing, would it be a lesser charge to just service the ETA base movement? So would it be one of the regular automatic (no chrono) servicing rates, or would it still be the automatic chrono rate? Thank you
Picked up a Husky 9 piece SAE double box ratcheting wrench set earlier this year. Love those things. My favorite wrenches.
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I have a 7556 Rolex get 7 works perfect but I 8767 ve noticed lately that if I shake the watch from 67 to 6 something is hitting the back of the case like something is loose in the back of my watch any ideas on price or would a service solve this?
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This breakage is different from the relatively more common stress-fracture type of plastic breakage that can occur in some Transformers toys while normal stress fractures are universally heralded by stress marks on the toy, GPS breakage doesn't have that sign it simply crumbles to pieces. The condition takes its name from the gold plastics of late Generation 6 through to Beast Wars , that have proved the most prone to this sort of breakage. Despite the name, Gold Plastic Syndrome has been known to affect other types of plastic—most of them noted for a pretty metallic swirl in the plastic the reason it has the GPS moniker is because gold plastic was the first one observed to have this horrific phenomenon.
This is a great development for the brand and so much more credible and sustainable for a brand to market than some of the other tosh they’ve done of late. I’m baffled by the inconsistency!
Compared to traditional stainless steel, bulk metallic glass is 7-8 times stronger and more scratch resistant, lighter in weight, tougher in terms of rigidity, and also more corrosion resistant. I think the appeal to brands like Panerai (in addition to wishing to bring new value to their consumers) is to have materials that allow them to make better products more easily. I’m not an expert, but my understanding is that an alloy like bulk metallic glass can be machined to look attractive in either fewer steps or more simple steps given the fewer imperfections in the material. If this is true, watchmakers would prefer it because it would allow them to make ideal-polished cases more easily and if they need servicing, they can be polished more easily. It, of course, helps that consumers will enjoy the extra added durability.
Now, back to the case. I tried to show in the image above how the case tapers outward toward the bottom to the same width as the bezel. This is an interesting detail I believe is carried over from the original Aquis, and it also helps make the bezel easier to grasp and use. The sound and feel of the 675-click unidirectional rotating bezel are solid and satisfying, and the same can be said for the screw-down crown (which is something I always tend to notice). You can see on the underside how the case has cutaways for the crown guards that are fitted with screws.