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I just wanted to let you know my Omega Seamaster has been keeping time very well. I am very happy with your work and will be doing a short write-up on www.watchuseek.com soon. I will email you when I post. Once again thank you and have a great weekend! –Scott.
P.S. Here is your review:
Haris, my Rolex Submariner couldn't be better. It looked better than the day I bought it. You cleaned the watch meticulously and it is nice to have it back again. It was in my case for over a year while I searched for a watchmaker that could service it at a reasonable price. It was worth the wait. Thank you again. I will refer your service to my friends that own high end timepieces. Regards, –Eric
I received the Rolex yesterday and everything is very well. The watch looks much more beautiful right now and it is working nice after service. Well. That was really a pleasure of mine to meet you when I asked for services. Thank you so much for your permanent attention including calling me by phone. Please do not hesitate in contact me if you need something. Yours sincerely, –Joao Borges Fortes Filho
Please fill out this form for a free estimate and give us as much information about your watch as possible or call (603) 742-0001. We will get back to you within 24 hours with an estimate.
We look forward to working with you!
Send your watch in via a trusted and insured shipper with our Service form which you can find by clicking here. For free shipping label click here.
We recommend you use Priority Registered U.S. Mail when sending in your watch for repair. You should pack the watch in a box with bubble wrap (Do not send original watch box). The post office will use paper tape to seal the seams and then stamp the seams to show the box has not been tampered with during shipping. On the Registered Mail for, there is a box to check to insure the package, and it can be insured for up to $25,000.
Registered Mail is handled separately from the rest of the mail, and is therefore more secure than plain "Insured" Mail (in fact, everyone who handles a Registered package has to sign for it throughout its transit). Insured Mail uses a blue sticker/form, while Registered uses a red sticker.
Insured Mail is adequate for packages valued at less than $500. There is a price break (at about $500) where Registered Mail is actually cheaper than Insured. Additional insurance for Registered packages is relatively inexpensive, so we generally over-insure packages when we return your watch to you. Generally, a package shipped via Registered U.S. Mail and insured for a few thousand dollars will cost about $18 to ship including insurance costs.
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Dover, NH 03820
Please fill in the mailing label form and we will e-mail you free shipping label. Print a return label, tape your return label to your box, then drop it off at any authorized Shipping Center. - Thank You!