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admin
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Topic Starter 6 months ago
 

This thread is like the workbench version of MTV Cribs. Show us your watchmaking setup!

 
Dryfly
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3 months ago
 

I use the same desk as I use for tying flies. Since that desk is full of fly tying stuff at the moment I will skip the pics. All of my watch tools reside in cardboard boxs on a couple of shelves on the desk when not in use. My fly tying desk has a nice adjustable arm magnifying lamp that doubles quite nicely as a watch working set up. Both uses have very similar requirements so they interchange easily and work quite well for both things. I fish with very small flies, and watch movements obviously have small parts, so they are far more similar things to do than most would think I believe. Interested in seeing how others do it.

 
Rodders
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2 weeks ago
 

this is my setup

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