Learn the advanced repair techniques used by many of the top professionally trained clock repair experts. These are repairs that most professionals encounter in their normal course of business. The topics in the program will teach you more efficient solutions to complex problems.
This program contains 4 hours of detailed video instruction with an accompanying 38 page instructional repair manual. The student of this course can work from their bench along with the video to learn and better understand these repairs. Follow step by step through each procedure. Learn how to use various clock tools to complete these advance repairs. You will gain confidence in your repair abilities with the knowledge acquired from this course.
There is no other clock repair learning program available with this amount of instruction and detail. Filmed in high quality digital video, the easy to follow step by step approach guides you quickly through each repair. This course includes many details, techniques and tips not normally covered or explained in other books or tapes.
No more confusing and hard to understand books and manuals. See and understand with close up shots of actual repairs.
Total course running time: 4 hours.
The detailed 38 page repair manual follows the sequence of the video program and includes additional repair information, pictures, illustrations and tips. A master tool lists is also provided that gives the name, make, model, model number, price, and sources of purchase.
Learning from books and manuals can be confusing and frustrating. It can be difficult trying to recall what you previously learned in a class. That is why I have created these video courses for you. Even though I have learned from many books and manuals, nothing beats someone showing and telling. For over the last 15 years people from all over the world have been learning from my video courses. You can learn to repair antique clocks and watches.
My interest in clocks, watches and antiques started 25+ years ago. My wife Cynthia wanted to buy an antique tambour (camelback) clock like the one her parents once had on their mantel. Before that time, my grandfather gave me his antique pocket watch.
Since then we have accumulated several tambours and a wide variety of other antique clocks and watches.
Most of the clocks and watches we bought needed some work, or did not work at all. That is where I came in - to learn to fix them all!
I still continue to buy, sell, repair, and collect many antique clocks and watches.
For most parts of the U.S., and outside of the U.S., there are very limited resources to learn clock and watch repair. These videos are for those people who have some or no access to antique clock and watch repair and restoration training.
There are 3 ways to learn clock and watch repair.
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