Watch Service Providers

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Watch Service Providers

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Here you may list a watchmaker or watch service center that you can recommend to members.

Please provide the contact information, website link and address of the general area that is serviced as well as brands if known. Please included the relevant country.

These listings are provided as a service to our members, by members of the CW Forum.

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If you want your Vostok watch or other Russian branded watches servicing , then try out these . Dafydd normally charges around £20+. He has worked for Sekonda (mechanical for 35yrs ) he is highly recommended.

Mr Dafydd Ellis.
90 high st .
Portmadog
Gwynedd
LL49 9NW
wales
TEL 01766 512024 .
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If you would like a very very very good service that may cost a little bit more than some independents but with high attention to detail then you want this guy:

http://watchguy.co.uk/

Has serviced four of my watches. :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

will outsource for major dial refurbs (be very careful with that choice) and case replating
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if you want an excellent service at an excellent price with good turnaround times:

http://thewatchspotblog.com/

has serviced three of mine. recommendation: :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:
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Vintage watch restoration / repairs .

http://www.webwatchmaker.com/
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Rolex servicing and repairs .

http://williamricewatches.com/index.php
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All your watch bracelet refurb needs, specialise in cwl bracelets.

Www.jockbritewizard.wordpress.com

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I'm happy to recommend: Deacons, Swindon
Deacons offers a comprehensive repair service for clocks, watches and jewellery. From a simple watch battery replacement to a major overhaul of a grandfather clock, no job is too big or too small.
http://www.deacons-jewellers.com/workshop.htm
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Another vote here for Richard Askham at http://thewatchspotblog.com/.

On the basis of some of the recommendations here I sent my late father's old Camy of 1950s vintage to Richard Askham for service, clean and to replace a broken crystal.

My dad wore this watch every day until his worstening polio-induced wobbles caused him to crack it against a railing in the mid 80's and he wore a cheap Casio from that point on. To have it looking well and beating away strongly once more is a great feeling.

Can't recommend Richard enough, I'm utterly delighted with the service I've received, the communications with Rich and the end result.

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Hi, I’m new to the forum. Is there a place on the forum that listS watch service locations and an an estimate of costs? I’d rather take My watch to have it serviced in person.

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For repairs and servicing I’ve used Martinsjewellers.co.ukof Glasgow. Rolex, omega Breitling taghuer. Etc.. old school independent .

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