Restoration of an antique pre-WW2 pocket watch - 100 year old Cyma 777 - german empire silver case

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Video Discription: This time I´m restoring a Cyma pocket watch. It´s from the pre-world-war 2 period and about 100 years old. It´s powered by the Cyma 777 caliber a hand-wind movement with 15 rubis and it beats at 18000 bph. That pocket watch is in a bad condition: The silver-case has tarnished over decades, the glass is broken and the movement isn´t running at all. There is some corrosion on the dial and the hands are dirty and bent. Unfortunately watches from that age doesn´t have a shock-protection so the balance staff is broken. It was hard to find a new replacement-balance but I was lucky. I´m cleaning the case by an electrochemical reaction with aluminium and soda-water and polish it afterwards. The glass will be replaced (or maybe I just turned back the time by 100 years?) After everything is cleaned and polished, I can re-assemble the movement with some fresh oil. After some fine-tuning, this watch is in a fantastic beat (+4 seconds per day) again. I´ve added some (super-)slow-motion and macro-scenes - let me know in the comments what you think about it. I hope you liked this restoration, if so, like, comment and subscribe ;) Subscribe to my channel: Music: Intro: " 19th Floor" by Bobby Richards Music on " park-your-car-scene" : " The joint is Jumpin" by Joel Cummins Outro: " Orient" by SefChol Video-Credits: " Park your car" by Alfred J. Goulding 1920 Rollin Film (United States) ___________________________________ Follow me on Instagram: Facebook: Patreon: ___________________________________ Acrylic Glass Polishing Compound: ** Case Polishing Diamond Paste: ** Case Polishing Wadding: ** Thermo-Tape: ** Fiber Glass Pen: ** UV-Lamp: ** UV-Glue: ** Rodico: ** Multi-Purpose Watch-Repair-Kit: ** Multitool: ** Buffing Wheels for Multitool: ** My Camera: ** ** Affiliate Links Disclaimer: This video and description contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission. This help support the channel and allows me to continue to make videos like this. Thank you for the support!


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