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I need to catch up on house repairs and my backlog of watch repairs, so I am not taking in any watches for repair probably until at least the 24th of April 2018 and quite possibly longer.
I take a limited number of watches in for repair, and by mail only. There are some watches that I cannot acquire parts for, or that are too worn out to repair. My repair services are very much in demand, and I have been having to close my business quite often, as I quickly get too many watches in to repair in a timely manner. In an effort to better control my workload, I am requesting that you email or telephone me for a link that has my address, and a form to be filled out to accompany your watch.
If you have a question about repair of your watch, please do not hesitate to call or email me, Stephen Thomas, at 503-
I do not sell parts or do appraisals. Please do not ask.
I have been making my living doing watch and jewelry repair for over thirty years. During this time, I have done quality work on just about every kind of watch made, from old inexpensive dollar pocket watches to new diamond encrusted Rolexes. Because I also repair jewelry, I have made many case parts and have done extensive restoration on worn-
I have parts accounts with several major watch brands and deal with reputable parts suppliers. I am thus able to acquire genuine parts to repair most watches. If original parts are unavailable, it may be possible to repair your watch using generic parts.
Since I have repaired such a wide variety of watches over the years, I have acquired the skill to do repairs on watches in just about any kind of condition. I am capable of most levels of watch repair from just getting your watch running, to replacing worn-
Upon sending me your watch, I require $20.00 in advance. This covers diagnosis, and return shipping by registered mail with insurance of $500.00 dollars.
When I receive your watch for repair which you have (PLEASE) wrapped in lots of padding, I partially disassemble it and email or telephone you with an estimate of the cost of parts and repair.
I do not do any repair work until you have given me authorization. After the repair is done, I expect payment in full on the agreed amount before sending your watch back to you.
My work carries a one year no-
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