Thanks. I saw them. Great.
I wonder when the website will be flly updated, and if there will be any IPAD app for the Chrono like VC did for the 1731.
Also, stuff like screensavers, wallpapers etc.
Thanks Alex, keep up the good work.
And what kk said!
I like your videos very much - at least those I can watch (pun intended); however, some of them don't work - at least on my iMac.
Also, I'd like to see a video on just how a movement is assembed and works; there are a lot of advertisement videos which are all very nice but I own one; I am very much more interested in the inner workings of an Overseas or any watch you'd care to choose.
But perhaps this is some sort of secret.
I hope not.
I have trouble accessing the videos at times while I'm in China because Youtube is blocked, or I've blocked the Scripts required by Youtube in my browser.
Have you seen some of the movement videos, where you can see some of them in motion and in exploded views?
Best Regards, Dan
Thank you for the welcome. I appreciate it.
I haven't been able to access the movement videos with them in motion in exploded views; I'd love to.
Can you give me a URL or 2?
I've seen a couple of videos of restoration; one of a Vacheron Constantin pocket watch and the other of a Patek Philippe wrist watch. Since there is actually an F. P. Journe in one of the Vacheron Constantin advertising videos I guess it's OK to mention 'other' watches.
All of the videos are actually on YouTube, but they should be visible directly from the THL website (hope you find them interesting):
(you will need to accept "Scripts" from YouTube and Adobe in order to view these videos. Some geeks like me, block all Scripts by default in order to secure our browsing and only allow Scripts as needed.)
Thank you muchly; I'm enjoying them.
If people are having trouble accessing videos from the Vacheron Constantin webpage they can go to YouTube and select the VC videos there. It works a lot better.