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I ordered 2 VSF Subs from TT back in June 2022. The second order arrived in 3 weeks after confirmation of payment. It was a very high quality VSF SS Sub that was shipped quickly and worked perfectly. The first order wasn't received until 6 weeks after payment and after numerous emails with Andrew and receiving a shipping confirmation that did not exist for nearly 5 weeks. Upon arrival, the first order which was supposed to be a VSF Sub, it had a movement that rattled like a baby's toy. There is no way this was a VSF quality Sub. After contacting Andrew a few times, sending pictures and videos of the rattling movement, he refused to return the item and would only "repair". If the item sent to me was a true VSF Sub that I paid a lot of money for, like the first item received, there would be no reason for a "repair". VSF quality is very very high which is why customers pay a lot of money for the VSF models. Be strongly caution from ordering any VSF models from Trusty Time and Andrew. You might not receive the item you ordered and paid the high dollars for when it arrives, months later.
Hi guys, I have a watch that Joshua from perfect clones told me to send back to him. I am in Canada so I know i am supposed to use Canada Post instead of UPS, FEDEX etc but I wanted to know if I could use their faster service. Like in the US i know USPS gives options for Regular, Priority or Express mail. Also how to I pack/package the watch? And what do i put as the description for what i am sending?
Hello dear fellow members After about 6 years into this hobby, I still have some stuff to learn. One thing is examening the QC-pics carefully, and if there is a sapphire caseback, examen the movement, and you will most likely see if it is the one you opted (and paid) for - Swiss vs. Asian Clone. I did not, and got the Asian Clone, even when ordering and paying for the swiss. So, the seller says, send it back to China. But shall I use what our national Postal service (Posten) calls "Brev, rekomandert brev", or "CarryOnCash"? You norwegians, will understand what I mean. The dealer says not to use EMS, DHL or any other courier, but "normal Airmail" or "registered Airmail", no such thing here in Norway, but I reckon it is the same as "Brev" or Letter.