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  1. hologramet

    Clone 3135 movement

    The irony is that you accuse others of not being able to read properly.. and you STILL can't read. I'm not a moderator. Q.E.D. You are not a member of MENSA. --- Wait.. OH NOES!! Internet threat detected.. Blipp blipp blipp. Red alert. I repeat, red alert! ---- Oh... excuse me dear sir. I have now come to the conclusion that I must go very carefully, because a threatening man on the internets told me so. Oh god.. NOT THE CHILDREN!!!! LEAVE MY CHILDREN OUT OF THIS!!! The hoorrs!! NOT THE NAIL PLIERS!!! ARGHHH.... As I walk through the valley of the shadow of Death, I fear no evil, see no evil, hear no evil. Only analphabets.
  2. hologramet

    Clone 3135 movement

    Did you get dropped as a child or are you just illiterate? I suggest YOU treat a RWG Crew member/ MODERATOR with respect. Try replica-watch.info or repgeek.com. They love snarky-ass-comments like yours over there. However.. they usually make your account suddenly not work when dealing with fine and intelligent beings like yourself over there. P.S. And I quote: Edited Friday at 08:53 PM by Axelgs1 More information
  3. hologramet

    6154 Case

    Gen dial is about 1.0-1.2mm. FYI... As far as Panerai-builds are concerned.. Homageforum.com is your best friend. Vintage Rolex = RWG no doubt. Kp0y can rework the case. I can rework the case. /holo
  4. hologramet

    6152/1

    If you need some help... Kp0y on HomageForum is really good, cheap and will sort out finding/modding correct parts to finish it up. Highly recommended!
  5. hologramet

    6154 Case

    Athaya is closest, but still needs reshaping. Rivers's is close but uses non-gen larger 3pc-dials, still needs reshaping. Although 1/2 the price of above..
  6. hologramet

    Clone 3135 movement

    So you asked how to install a 3135 in a case that doesn't fit a 3135? Based on needing help identifying a movement you know is identical with a 3135 in size, diameter, stem height, total height etc, however you don't know what it is. Also.. you add some serious attitude. Try formulating a question worth answering next time, and skip the insults when dealing with members that have been around the block way longer than you.
  7. hologramet

    Jensen has problems

    They are better/worse at doing what the case workers in the 60s-70s were doing also by hand. In other words, they are creating gen-like lines/curvature/details that the more bulky CNC'd/forged case doesn't/"can't" have. No one knows for 100% sure, but past events indicate that the process above is quite close to reality.
  8. hologramet

    Jensen has problems

    Ruby The raw-raw-raw cases is one level higher in the Food chain. Since they can custom-make and use same shop as MQ. I'm sure you can order raw cases. Haven't tried though.
  9. hologramet

    Jensen has problems

    Good question.. I would rather buy a Vietnam-case and have Rolojack reshape it.
  10. hologramet

    Jensen has problems

    Case engraving? Check with Neckyzips or Rolojack Everything Phong can supply www.rubyswatch.com can. Cheaper.
  11. hologramet

    Jensen has problems

    Actually. JKF Snowflake case has a caseback which I 100% good. All you need is case reshape, lug engraving, case reshape, Vietnam bezel assembly and Athaya crown+tube
  12. hologramet

    Brushing a polished bracelet

    I understand you fully.. I did the same thing. I wish someone had pointed me in the right direction back then, therefore my recommendations.
  13. hologramet

    Brushing a polished bracelet

    Don't.. Green Scotchbrite is too loose. Brown Scotchbrite is ok. Red Scotchbrite is best. However neither are suited for precision work. For the same cost as using a Scotchbrite. Just invest 10-30 USD in a proper abrasive block. 1) it's is impossible to get "straight" lines w/ scotchbrite = looks sloppy 2) it will give brushed look to the upper part of the side of the links. (E.g. Rolex = no go.)
  14. hologramet

    Brushing a polished bracelet

    Scotchbrite is excellent, the added benefit of abrasive blocks is that it's much easier to stay 100% straight and not deviate. I used scotchbrite for >1 year Before I tested abrasive blocks. It gives a extremely close to gen look.
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