Breaking Down Japanese and Swiss Watches

Tiny and complex, watches have an almost mythical quality to them and the people that make them. As technology has improved, mechanical watch movements have become even more complex, far beyond what was possible even a few short decades ago. WIRED magazine sat down with professional watchmaker Ryan Jewell in his New York City shop to watch him disassemble two watches from Carpenter — one with a Japanese movement and one with a Swiss movement.

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