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"Both friction-set click wheel jewels in the automatic winding bridge (and many others in the movement) are inserted in holes with completely unfinished edges. Not only are the holes unchamfered, but machining debris remained attached to the edge of hole. As a result, when the jewels were inserted in the holes, they pushed debris in front of them, some of which later fell onto the train wheel bridge below, and the wheel pivots located there"
"One bridge screw, though polished on the (visible) top surface, was so roughly finished on the underside of the head, that it gouged the plate when installed for the first time at the factory"
"A very roughly finished balance wheel and gouged Microstella screws at all four positions"
"Sloppy oiling throughout much of the movement"
"The mostly crudely finished escape wheel I have ever personally seen in a watch"
"A rough fourth wheel with straight-cut teeth"
"Rough edges with excess metal throughout the main plate"
"Perlage applied over a very rough surface on the top of the balance cock, which is otherwise unedged and unfinished"
"A brushed surface on the upper plate which abruptly ends where it is covered by the automatic winding bridge"
Perlage is also applied to a few isolated strips of the mainplate visible alongside the winding bridge"