A friend of mine is blind and I thought this Revue would make a cool gift. The minute hand has broken off and the watch is hardly running so a service is in order.The movement is in great condition.You press the button on the top of the crown, which opens the front bezel, and you can feel the time by touching the hands.I have taken the dial of the movement and you can see the winding mechanism and a bit of corrosion around the barrel arbour.I take the movement apart without any problems.The old mainspring is still good and I will take it out, clean it and use it again.Here you can see all the parts cleaned and ready to be put back together.I start by testing that the balance moves freely after fitting the balance jewels.When putting the gear train back on the plate. I usually start with the barrel and the centre wheel.Here you can see the rest of the gear train back in place.I now place the train bridge back in palace, and with the ratchet wheel in place, I can see that it moves freely.The balance starts swinging straight away.Nothing I could do about the discolouration on the base plate, but the setting mechanism is back in place and working like it should.I needed a minute hand with a reinforced tube. I did not find any that suited the job so I soldered a standard hand onto the old tube.Dial and hands are back on the movement.I’m very happy with the performance.Movement back in the case looking very good. I think these Revue watches are excellent! One of the most underrated brands out there.A very elegant watch indeed.