Inside Your Watch: Introducing CaliberCorner.com

CaliberCorner.comDear Watch Family,

We have something exciting to share with the watch community and wanted you know about it before anyone else.

As manufacturers jump on the “in-house” bandwagon, there’s a growing interest in what makes watches tick. Collectors want to know (and understand) what’s inside. Not everyone has the resources to open a caseback and see the guts of their cherished timepieces in action – so we created CaliberCorner.com.

It’s the first and only caliber directory of its kind offering free detailed specs, pics, vids and opinions. It’ll be an ongoing effort to build this database and we want you to be a part of raising Movement Awareness.

Join us in collecting every watch caliber in the world!

http://calibercorner.com

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drew
drew
8 years ago

I am learning so much about watches here, thank you.

Peter S. M.
Peter S. M.
9 years ago

One of the top watch sites on the internet. Great idea guys. I would love to help any way I can.

Gerald
Gerald
6 years ago

Great website. A forum on the website would be helpful for us to ask specific questions about watches and the workings.

Tony
Tony
6 years ago

Hi CC,
Im new to Calibre Corner and working on mechanical watches.
Ive just started a correpondence course on stripping down, maintenance and re-assembling mechanical watches and think your video on the Unitas 6497 movement is Fantastic!!

Marcus
Marcus
5 years ago

I wanted to say that I am finding myself getting lost in this site for hours. I love looking at the pictures and the specifications about each one. This is great resource and I too would like to help any way that I can do so. Thank you for reading.

Patrick J Champlin
Patrick J Champlin
4 years ago

I have a seiko mod question. I bought this ’90s seiko 7002 diver on ebay with modded face and bezel, enjoy wearing it but it has the original movement and it is not windable and a hassle to keep running. I’ve seen them with the movement replaced with a ronda 515. 24H quartz movement. Can you do that to this one for me? Or know someone who can? Thanks, Patrick

Joseph B.
Joseph B.
4 years ago

You may have better luck with this in the 7002 thread: https://calibercorner.com/seiko-caliber-7002a/

Nigel McMorris
Nigel McMorris
3 years ago

Just stumbled on this website, and feel as if I’ve stumbled on a goldmine. Thanks for all you’ve researched, collated and shared.

blackieray
Member
1 year ago

I keep finding new things here. A great resource

Patrick
Patrick
9 months ago

Hi, I need a swiss made automatic of hand wound mouvement that can take a dial thickness of between 1.8mm and 2mm. Any ideas anyone?

Phil the Architect Watchmaker
Phil the Architect Watchmaker
6 months ago

Where can I purchase a new/genuine 6R35 or 35A from oth r r than Seiko or Seiko AD

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