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About JBond

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  1. Thanks a lot guys for your help! I'll deal with SSTEEL
  2. Hi there, Sorry to posting this but I really really need help. I tried to contact a lot of people to service my Omega 2824-2 My watch was serviced 5 years ago by Rolexman but since he stopped his activity it's seems really hard to find someone in EU. So, any of you have a contact to help me with my Seamaster? I'm in France. Thanks a lot guys! Cheers, J
  3. I have a Keepall 55 in Damier Graphite since years. It's a great weekend bag.
  4. I've checked the AP website and the quartz movement in the 15000 is the caliber 2713 which have EXACTLY the same specs than the ETA F04.111. The ETA movement cost about $13... What a joke.
  5. The Ronda in the AP seems to be a Powertech 500. It's a really basic one but it seems very good! http://www.ronda.ch/en/quartz-movements/quartz-essentials/ronda-powertech-500/
  6. Yes you are right. But I mean, if it's a Swiss movement it will be still more reliable that a Chinese quartz movement. A quartz is really easy to service (clean and change the battery). But you are right. It's necessary to take care of our watch. I have 2824-2 since 10 years. I serviced it with Rolexman 5 years ago. Now, Im looking for someone who will service it again! If you have any ideas! Thanks
  7. Hi! where did you get that watch?
  8. Thanks for all your advices. So, between this 2, what do you think? http://www.pf-818.com/watches/audemars-piguet/royal-oak-ladies/apld01001-royal-oak-ladies-ss-ss-white-s-qtz.html http://www.pf-818.com/watches/audemars-piguet/royal-oak-ladies/apld00051-royal-oak-automatic-ladies-34-5mm-ss-ss-swiss-quartz.html I'm trying to know if the only difference is the movement but Joshua only said "ETA is better". Thanks guys! Cheers, J
  9. Yeah, thanks guy. I know cheap quartz can work forever this is why I'm wondering if it's really necessary to pay $100 more. Im pretty sure that Ronda is great in term of durability and precision... And if it's Swiss, it will work forever!
  10. I really don't know. I don't have more specs about the movement. The 1st one is ETA, the 2nd one is Swiss Ronde.
  11. Hi guys, I would like to buy an AP RO quartz for my wife. I was wondering, what's the difference between Swiss Ronde quartz and ETA quartz? If both movements are Swiss, why the ETA cost $100 more? Thanks for your help cheers, J
  12. Guys, just a question, where can I find the V7? TT only have the V6...