The complete description for either Swiss or American watches
should include as much additional information as possible in
order to help the reader to correctly identify the part you are
seeking. There is as much room as you need on the complete
description page. Photos are welcome. See here.
If you are unaware of how to identify the movement,
or the needed part, look
here for guidance.
Since all search entries are entered into the site
manually, any help in formatting is appreciated. This
would include using capital letters when appropriate.
Make your search title in the format of a book title,
using capital letters at the beginning of each word.
Please, not ALL caps; that doesn't help. Realize that
it is much easier for us to cut and paste rather
than needing to rewrite the entire search title. We
are doing this for free, help us out as much as you can.
Please view the contents
page and make an effort to copy the style of the titles
used on that page.
For example: The Search
Title should follow this format: Manufacturer
's Name, Caliber Number (or Size and Grade for
American watches), then a space and the name of the
The "Complete Description" can
contain whatever you wish and will likely get copied
onto the page word for word with whatever misspellings
and grammatical errors it contains.
Clicking any entry on the contents
page will take you to a typical "Complete
Description" page upon which you may model your
If you think that a photograph may help to better
identify what you are seeking, we are happy to post
images on the complete description page. Since there
is no provision to insert photographs in this form,
send the photograph (.jpg format) by e-mail to
email@example.com with a short explanation
of what it is for.
PLEASE DO NOT ABBREVIATE. This site is viewed in more
than fifty countries around the world. Obviously, many
are not native English speakers and may have no clue
as to the meaning of an abbreviation. The fact that
this is a free service does not mean it is work free.
For every keystroke you leave out, I have to replace one.
There is no reason to insert the word "Needed" into your
search title or text. Obviously, if you didn't need the
part, you wouldn't be posting to this site.