Favorite watchmaking channels?

Next to shoe shining, there are few crafts with as much ASMR potential as watch making/ watch servicing. Sitting down on a sunday morning while the house is still asleep, a steaming cup of coffee on the desk and a capable person on YT taking apart a nice watch: I find all of that very calming and invigorating at the same time.

As of right now, I'm following three channels: 

Nekkid Watchmaker: This guy goes at any lengths to restore even the most obscure watches, confronting the most exotic of issues with expertise, patience and a dry sense of humor.

Red Dead Restauration: One of the more well known watch repair channels. No talking, subtitles only, but no less humorous than Nekkid. Great pacing with moderate use of editing.

Wristwatch Revival: Even if you had no idea that this guy is a professional commentator (for "Magic: The Gathering" tournaments), his narration would make you think so anyway. Very well-spoken, albeit not a professional watchmaker. But that's part of the charm and makes watching his videos even more engaging.

Are there other watchmaking channels that I'm currently missing out on?

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There are have a look at

Vintage Watch Services

Spencer Klein

Blair Watch Project

Omega Enthusiast

Amico Orologiaio ( This is all Italian but he goes to some cool watch fea markets) 

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Nothing to add, other than thanks for sharing the background of Wristwatch Revival narration. That’s definitely my favorite channel. I‘m constantly learning new things from the little gems he drops.