Sending Your Watch

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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 4th 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 work load, 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. You may contact me, Stephen Thomas, at 503- 239-1859, and I will get back to you within several days. If emailing, please include your phone number in your email and turn off your spam blocker so my reply will get through.

                                                                     I do not sell parts, or do appraisals. Please do not ask.



When sending me your watch(es), please do not send your watch in a box that must be returned to you, wrap it in lots of padding. Include a check, money order, or plastic authorization, made out to Stephen Thomas. for $20.00. The twenty dollars covers diagnosis, return shipping for up three regular size watches, and insurance of five hundred dollars. If your require more than $500.00 insurance on return shipping, add $1.00 for each $500.00 insurance more than the initial $500.00. 

In an effort to cut down on non-recyclable waste, all customers who package their watches without the use of plastic materials (newspaper in a cardboard box works very well for most watches) will receive a $5.00 discount on any repair you authorize.

Your Watch will be shipped back to you by Registered insured mail with a signature required.

Also include your shipping address, a phone number with a message machine, an e-mail address, and a note describing what happened to the watch and/or it's symptoms; for example, "Ever since little Jimmy opened the back, it has been running fast."

Also be advised that the watches I have received with the worst packaging have been from the do-it-for-you shipping services.

Click here for an easy to use form to use in sending me your watch

No repairs will be done until an estimate is approved.

I have a one-year no quibble warranty and I require payment in full before I ship  watches back to you.


Thank you in advance for your business.