Consider there are significantly more old watches that need service every year than there are newest watches that need to be made, and yet the Swiss invest so significantly into watchmakers for creation and yet barely consider after-sales service. In this video, we head up to Manfredi Jewels in Greenwich, CT, to talk about this, and see why actually more than ever we need qualified repairmen via a detailed look at servicing one of the most iconic timepieces in history – the Omega Speedmaster Professional. For the full storyline, go to www.hodinkee.com/articles/servicing-the-speedmster-at-manfrediTags:
All this mechanical watch service is a con and fully unnecessary. My speedmaster started to randomly stop. I removed the back gave it a speedy blast of compressed air and a squirt of silicon spray and it's been nice ever since.
Nice Video. Thanks! Being a Speedmaster fan, wearing a Speedy on a Nato while (knowing how) servicing another is my ultimate grail.
Interesting project but where's the overhead camera so we can see what's happening?
Is it worth, if I buy it for 3,000$ right actually? Any opinion?
Speedy question: do you like the launch back or the closed SS back more
This is why servicing costs 700.00
So he's basically a surgeon?
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