Watch Model: Casio Quartz
Mass, movement + case + new band: 104.38g
Mass, movement + case: 29.05g
Mass, movement + case + old band: 80.61g
Dimensions, case: 38.9mm diameter x 10.13mm thick
I repaired my own Sony a7iii and wrote this disassembly guide on the iFixIt site:
Watch Model: Elgin National Watch Company (619485?)
Movement Model: Elgin National Watch Company 8739946
Case Outer diameter: 42.0mm
Watch Model: Patek Philippe
Year Made: ~1932
Movement Model: Patek Philippe #949478, 7-70
Case Number: Ref. 3006, #697379
Mass, case+movement: 9.7g
Mass, movement alone: __g
Dimensions, case: 18.46mm diameter x 7.10mm thick
Dimensions, movement: 11.9mm wide x ~16mm high x __mm thick
Watch Model: Jules Racine & Co. 1018672
Movement Model: Excelsior Park No 3364R
Year Made: ____
Mass: 79.96g (without string attached)
Outer diameter: 50.3mm
Crystal diameter: 42.75mm, 0.89mm thick
Not worth repair.
At full-throw of the pallet fork, the pallet stone does not clear the ratchet wheel tooth:
After mainspring replacement, the watch ticked through two or three teeth of the ratchet wheel, then get stuck. Normally, I would look into adjusting the ratchet wheel or pallet fork, but since the case was bent and the crystal shattered, I believe the entire movement was slightly warped throughout. When resassembling, the bridge holes didn’t quite line up, further indicating the whole movement is bent.
Broken crystal face:
Customer brought in a plasma cutter that had popped when first powered on then did not power on after that.
I fixed the obviously-damaged arc drive lug, but the device still didn’t power on. It was not worth troubleshooting the rest of the device at the time as it is difficult to disassemble. No charge to the customer, but I probably should have checked the primary power section of the cutter first.
I didn’t take a picture of the final solder
The customer still has it. I may try troubleshooting again sometime …