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OK I know you must be fed up with this pic BUT the second hand has no counter balance .  Is this unusual, all my other second hands have a counter balance.

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Just a thought :thumbsup:

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Usually they have a counterbalance but some don't... I prefer them with a counterbalance to be honest, unless all hands don't have it.

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I also agree, they do look more appealing with a counterbalance......

 

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See what you have started now Roger ?

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1 hour ago, JonnyOldBoy said:

The laws of physics suggest its a very good idea to have a counterbalance.... :thumbsup:

Aha.......not if you want to reduce the subdials being obstructed  :thumbsup:

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Mine all seem to have one. Interesting observation.

I, of course, prefer it when it's a decorative balance though...

 

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