Guided by watchmaking professionals, this workshop immerses you in the world of the infinitely small. From gears and springs to the escapement and balance wheel, you'll have the unique opportunity to take apart and re-assemble each and every part of the UNITAS 6497-1 movement, and experience the thrill of getting a mechanical watch to tick again.
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If fine watches make you tick, don’t miss your chance to discover all the latest trends and see the newest creations from the most prestigious brands.
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