Watch Service Providers

Need a watch serviced? Here are some member suggestions.
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You are correct Guy.

I would have had to return the existing bracelet and part with £1500.

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Highly recommend Otto Friedl Watch Services in Vancouver,BC.

I've had them service three of my watches flawlessly and have referred friends there with their Rolex, Omega and vintage Longines service needs.

Family owned and run business since 1960.

http://www.ottofriedlwatchservice.com

Also telling when the Omega Boutique (that is one floor above their location) has staff scurrying down for watch assistance whilst I'm in the store browsing their consignment watch section.
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We are fortunate to have a Rolex trained, fairly young Watchmaker in my small hometown of 15K. Located in West Monroe, LA, USA. I have had great dealings with Mark and have had several watch friends from across the US use him.

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Simon Milek at Milek & Co. of Stockport.

Fantastic customer experience - longer (possibly rambling) recommendation posted here
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