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0 / 5 , Page 3 of 9 < Prev 1 ← 2 3 4 5 6 → 9 Next > vaqua Well-Known Member   Joined: May 8, 2007 Messages: 151 Post Ratings: +0 BMW760 said: ↑ Looking for a watchmaker in Southern California to test a couple of watches for me . Any suggestions ? PM me Click to expand... Let me know if anyone has Orange County or Souther California Based service person for my AP Diver V3, thanks   vaqua , Jun 6, 2012 #61 miffy Well-Known Member   Joined: Aug 26, 2011 Messages: 58 Post Ratings: +0 Still looking for someone to service reps in England. Can anyone help? miffy said: ↑ Can anybody PM me the name of a trusted repair shop / person located in North East England? Click to expand...   miffy , Jun 7, 2012 #62 bobbyrutgers Well-Known Member   Joined: May 23, 2012 Messages: 49 Location: USA Post Ratings: +0 thanks for the Stamford, CT post. any other recommended rep-friendly places in the NJ or NYC area?   bobbyrutgers , Jun 10, 2012 #63 Rich_IX Well-Known Member   Joined: May 28, 2012 Messages: 137 Occupation: Server Technician Location: Sydney & UK Lake District Post Ratings: +0 Looking one in the UK around the Leeds area...   Rich_IX , Jun 10, 2012 #64 superman84 Well-Known Member   Joined: Jun 3, 2010 Messages: 124 Post Ratings: +0 Anybody in southern california ? I plan to get my sa dial swapped. And movement servicing for a7750. I went to one place they said the a7750 was too unreliable for them. Pm me if anyone knows ?   Last edited by a moderator: Jul 1, 2012 superman84 , Jul 1, 2012 #65 DRBAFC Well-Known Member   Joined: Mar 23, 2012 Messages: 932 Post Ratings: +0 Anyone have knowledge about www.cleanmywatch.com/ located in Long Island, NY   DRBAFC , Jul 5, 2012 #66 Debre Well-Known Member   Joined: Jan 23, 2012 Messages: 208 Occupation: What is a job? Location: Europe Post Ratings: +0 After buying a beautiful rep from a fellow forum member, I noticed after a few days of wearing it that the A7750 movement stopped running and I could not get it to run again even after I wound the movement by hand very carefully. This would indicate that the movement was either defunct or dry, the latter being a common cause of this kind of problems. But where to have this fixed? I decided to take a chance and try and bring it to my watch-smith who has about 50 years experience with all sorts of gen movements. He is a very nice guy and has seen and serviced/repaired it all in the world of gen watches from Patek Philippe to Rolex to Panerai etc.etc. After calling him and explaining why I wanted him to service a rep instead of one of my gens he told me to come on over. After inspecting the movement for a minute or so he told me that he would oil it (it was bone dry) and calibrate it and that I could pick it up come Saturday. While I was there, we discussed the quality of the rep I brought him and the rep community in general and after he reacted with some astonishment about everything I told him, I asked him if he was willing to work on other reps. He stated that he would be willing to do so since he was capable of doing that without any problems. Rep movements are no different to work on than gen movements. So, for anyone looking for a reliable professional watch-smith in the Netherlands who is capable of servicing and repairing all movements (including tourbillons) at normal rates, I can recommend contacting him on his website or visit his place of work. http://www.juwelierlangeler.nl/ PS: Almost forgot....he gives a 6 months warranty on his work.   Debre , Jul 20, 2012 #67 big_raji RWI SUPPORTER     Joined: May 2, 2012 Messages: 2,570 Location: Winnipeg, MBCANADA Post Ratings: +1 I just went to my local watchsmith with a second watch (Omega UPO) today. The first time I saw him for a quick vacuum test for waterproofing, I chickened out and didn't tell him it was a rep. I asked for a full waterproof test today, and he looked at me wondering why I would need it on such a nice expensive watch. I told him it was because my parents bought it for me while in the Philippines for about $300 (little white lie), so I didn't trust it to be waterproof. He exclaimed "Ohhh, it's a fake! It's very nice on the outside, but on the inside it's going to have low quality asian parts." I went on to explain that it has a swiss movement inside, he shook his head and said that sellers always say that, but a swiss movement inside a fake would cost almost a thousand dollars, not $300. He opened it up to show me, but was shocked to see a Sellita SW200 movement. He went on to praise how good a fake it was, and then backtracked a bit and said that he only knows about fakes because a couple of his friends have some. He was willing to take the watch to work on it for a few days, but insisted on marking down "Imitation Watch" in the description and a value of $300 when I signed the work order. I think this could be the start of a beautiful relationship. Not to be racist, but I think it helped that both of us were asian. If I was talking to the white watchsmith in that store, he probably would have kicked me out.   big_raji , Jul 25, 2012 #68 winthorp Well-Known Member   Joined: Mar 5, 2007 Messages: 56 Occupation: Developer Location: USA Post Ratings: +0 Rep-friendly Watchsmiths in Washington State? Anybody know of any rep-friendly watchsmiths in Washington state (preferably near Spokane, Washington) or perhaps Idaho (preferably northern Idaho)? If not, who would you recommend that does mail-order rep repair/service in the CONUS? Please feel free to PM or email me. In advance, many thanks to all. Bob   winthorp , Aug 5, 2012 #69 lildaddym Well-Known Member   Joined: Mar 14, 2010 Messages: 604 Occupation: Photo editor/editor Location: Texas Post Ratings: +0 Maybe we shouldn't PM everyone about this info...thought we were sharing? Maybe I'm missing it...   lildaddym , Aug 5, 2012 #70 winthorp Well-Known Member   Joined: Mar 5, 2007 Messages: 56 Occupation: Developer Location: USA Post Ratings: +0 @ Local Watchsmiths only... lildaddym said: ↑ Maybe we shouldn't PM everyone about this info...thought we were sharing? Maybe I'm missing it... Click to expand... I just thought that sharing a local watchsmith on the forum might not be a great idea. I don't think they would be as anxious about someone sharing their contact info in a PM or email, but they may not want it posted to the public at large with tens of thousands of possible viewers. Only for local rep-friendly watchsmiths who haven't already been "outed". Just my 2 cents... Bob   winthorp , Aug 5, 2012 #71 lildaddym Well-Known Member   Joined: Mar 14, 2010 Messages: 604 Occupation: Photo editor/editor Location: Texas Post Ratings: +0 That wasn't addressed to you, specifically, sir...but again, I guess I'm missing it. I mean, wouldn't the watchsmith be found via the internet, just not listed with 'I work on replica watches'?   lildaddym , Aug 5, 2012 #72 matseponken Active Member   Joined: Nov 2, 2010 Messages: 37 Location: Malmö, Sweden Post Ratings: +0 Anybody close to or in Sweden? I'm having issues with my PAM 088 Ultimate and I wonder if any body knows of somebody who could have a look at it? Doesn't have to be in Sweden of course. If so, PM me. Thanks!   matseponken , Aug 18, 2012 #73 guru Well-Known Member       Joined: Sep 30, 2006 Messages: 10,626 Occupation: High Performance Computing Sales Manager Location: 45 minutes north of Schaffhausen Post Ratings: +70 matseponken said: ↑ I'm having issues with my PAM 088 Ultimate and I wonder if any body knows of somebody who could have a look at it? Doesn't have to be in Sweden of course. If so, PM me. Thanks! Click to expand... Domi, if you are in Sweden, around 6 weeks TAT Sent from Gurus iPad using Tapatalk   guru , Aug 19, 2012 #74 matseponken Active Member   Joined: Nov 2, 2010 Messages: 37 Location: Malmö, Sweden Post Ratings: +0 guru said: ↑ Domi, if you are in Sweden, around 6 weeks TAT Sent from Gurus iPad using Tapatalk Click to expand... Hmm...might just be me being stupid, but I didn't understand that at all!   matseponken , Aug 21, 2012 #75 co-axial Fore!<br /><br /><img src="http://fs2.directupload       Joined: Sep 16, 2010 Messages: 23,283 Occupation: overworked and underpaid Location: Europe Post Ratings: +0 matseponken said: ↑ Hmm...might just be me being stupid, but I didn't understand that at all! Click to expand... I'll help out Domi is a trusted watchsmith here (located in Germany)- look at: http://forum./vb/forumdisplay.php/domis-corner-184 If he is working normal (please check in advance) the tut (turnaround time for the work you need him to do is about 6 weeks. Understood now?   co-axial , Aug 21, 2012 #76 guru Well-Known Member       Joined: Sep 30, 2006 Messages: 10,626 Occupation: High Performance Computing Sales Manager Location: 45 minutes north of Schaffhausen Post Ratings: +70 thanks brother, .......   guru , Aug 21, 2012 #77 matseponken Active Member   Joined: Nov 2, 2010 Messages: 37 Location: Malmö, Sweden Post Ratings: +0 co-axial said: ↑ I'll help out Domi is a trusted watchsmith here (located in Germany)- look at: http://forum./vb/forumdisplay.php/domis-corner-184 If he is working normal (please check in advance) the tut (turnaround time for the work you need him to do is about 6 weeks. Understood now? Click to expand... Understood perfectly!! Big thanks!   matseponken , Aug 23, 2012 #78 Niek Well-Known Member   Joined: Sep 7, 2012 Messages: 402 Location: Holland, EU Post Ratings: +0 Debre said: ↑ After buying a beautiful rep from a fellow forum member, I noticed after a few days of wearing it that the A7750 movement stopped running and I could not get it to run again even after I wound the movement by hand very carefully. This would indicate that the movement was either defunct or dry, the latter being a common cause of this kind of problems. But where to have this fixed? I decided to take a chance and try and bring it to my watch-smith who has about 50 years experience with all sorts of gen movements. He is a very nice guy and has seen and serviced/repaired it all in the world of gen watches from Patek Philippe to Rolex to Panerai etc.etc. After calling him and explaining why I wanted him to service a rep instead of one of my gens he told me to come on over. After inspecting the movement for a minute or so he told me that he would oil it (it was bone dry) and calibrate it and that I could pick it up come Saturday. While I was there, we discussed the quality of the rep I brought him and the rep community in general and after he reacted with some astonishment about everything I told him, I asked him if he was willing to work on other reps. He stated that he would be willing to do so since he was capable of doing that without any problems. Rep movements are no different to work on than gen movements. So, for anyone looking for a reliable professional watch-smith in the Netherlands who is capable of servicing and repairing all movements (including tourbillons) at normal rates, I can recommend contacting him on his website or visit his place of work. http://www.juwelierlangeler.nl/ PS: Almost forgot....he gives a 6 months warranty on his work. Click to expand... Dankjewel   Niek , Sep 14, 2012 #79 md2020 I'M BANNED!     Joined: Jul 26, 2012 Messages: 740 Location: Chicago Illinois Post Ratings: +0 I do a lot of watch repair and jewlery repair for friend and family starting to help people out on rwi and Im doing some repairs as we speak for a few members Im in conus Chicago. If you need help with something let me know. Sent from my PB99400 using Tapatalk 2   md2020 , Sep 14, 2012 #80 leaxiss Member   Joined: Jul 9, 2012 Messages: 10 Location: USA Post Ratings: +0 Looking for service on a TAG HEUER Grand Carrera Cal 36. I'm located in Charlotte, NC. Please let me know if anybody around here. I think is really simple to fix, but I don't want to make it bigger. Appreciate any help   leaxiss , Oct 17, 2012 #81 Malakei Member   Joined: Jul 24, 2009 Messages: 8 Post Ratings: +0 Watchsmith in Canada Anyone in Ontario Canada working on reps? I could really use a hand with a few of my watches that have fallen ill   Malakei , Oct 25, 2012 #82 samardh New Member   Joined: Dec 6, 2012 Messages: 1 Post Ratings: +0 bunbury said: ↑ Great post! Anyone happen to know a decent watchmaker in the San Francisco Bay Area? I've dealt with a couple whose work has been mediocre (necessitating return visits: basically band and battery jockeys) and a couple others whose prices would make a surgeon envious Click to expand... bunbury - were you able to find any in San Francisco? Thanks   samardh , Dec 8, 2012 #83 integlspwr Well-Known Member   Joined: May 7, 2012 Messages: 353 Post Ratings: +0 any watchsmith in Honolulu Hawaii ?   integlspwr , Dec 24, 2012 #84 dave7933 Member   Joined: Nov 11, 2012 Messages: 8 Post Ratings: +0 If anyone has info on Rep Repair places in South Florida, please PM me. Thanks in advance.   dave7933 , Dec 29, 2012 #85 risdian Well-Known Member   Joined: Mar 19, 2011 Messages: 98 Post Ratings: +0 Anyone looking for rep mvt repairer in south Jakarta, pm me. He charge ~$30 for 7750 service with 6 mos warranty. He can be found at Poins Square mall. Roni   risdian , Dec 29, 2012 #86 Hinclimincli RWI SUPPORTER     Joined: Dec 18, 2009 Messages: 147 Location: UK Post Ratings: +46 Anyone aware of a friendly watch repairer here in London? I'm based in Fulham but don't mind having to take a walk ;-)   Hinclimincli , Jan 31, 2013 #87 SmqSub Well-Known Member   Joined: Dec 29, 2010 Messages: 1,058 Location: Uk Post Ratings: +0 Hinclimincli said: ↑ Anyone aware of a friendly watch repairer here in London? I'm based in Fulham but don't mind having to take a walk ;-) Click to expand... Bloody hell! You've been a member since 2009 and this is you're first post! That's proper lurking.   SmqSub , Jan 31, 2013 #88 trailboss99 Head Honcho - Trainee Cat Herder Staff Member       Joined: Mar 30, 2008 Messages: 34,280 Occupation: Marine/IT/WatchRepair Location: Down Under Post Ratings: +328 SmqSub said: ↑ Bloody hell! You've been a member since 2009 and this is you're first post! That's proper lurking. Click to expand... You do realise that 90% plus of our members do not post at all, yes?   trailboss99 , Jan 31, 2013 #89 SmqSub Well-Known Member   Joined: Dec 29, 2010 Messages: 1,058 Location: Uk Post Ratings: +0 Er, no. Really? 90%? I'm shocked!   SmqSub , Jan 31, 2013 #90 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Page 3 of 9 < Prev 1 ← 2 3 4 5 6 → 9 Next > RWI Username or e-mail address: Do you already have an account? No, create an account now. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Stay logged in Replica Watch Info Forums > Tech section > Modification & Repairs >

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