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I need my Submariner 116613LB Noob 1:1 Best Edition A3135 REPAIRED.


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My apologies if I've put this in the wrong area of the forum. I need my Submariner Blue 116613LB Noob 1:1 Best Edition A3135 Repaired.

Just bad luck , no ones fault. I bought this watch new 3 years ago from trusted dealer for $550.00 but with Virus issues they are closed till spring of 2021 otherwise they said they could fix me up. Its a nice watch and my daily wear watch.  Issue with watch....Runs very very slow. watch needs to be wound every day , crown hard to pull out and harder to push down and tighten up. I am hoping it just needs a good cleaning but my luck i bet not. Watch will need to have a new bezel / pip  for sure. I have lost 3 Pips out of watch since i bought it , my fault hitting it at work on something ( I am Manager in Machine shop ). I had to put Pips in my self which were to big so you know what that looks like. Crystal is fine , everything else on watch I am happy with. Just needs to run. I am a old guy and not a computer whiz bang so watch fixer will need to source and order parts if needed. Looking for a watch fixer in USA first.  thanks. MD

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We have lots of good watchsmiths listed here, both CONUS and overseas.  MyManMatt and Misiekped are the ones I've been using for the last few years, which isn't to say the other guys aren't just as good.  But I can speak from personal experience that both of my guys are absolutely exemplary.  Their work is beyond reproach, and they keep me well informed as the job progresses.  I  have quite a few genuine vintage pieces and I'd send them to either of these good men before I'd send them to Rolex S.A.  

 

Think about that for a minute.  I trust them more than I trust Rolex itself.  

 

When we list a modder / watchsmith here on RWG and give them a subforum to represent their work, it is no small thing.  We hold them to the highest standards, and that is reviewed constantly.  They "speak for us" when we endorse them.  That's not to be taken lightly.  If there's a modder on our site with his own subforum, you can trust him/her to treat you right and do a complete and professional job.

 

I consider us lucky that a few of these guys have agreed to take up shop here.  Use them judiciously.  Them being here is no oversight or lucky accident.  We approached them and asked if they're interested in being here.  When they agreed we had a small celebration in the Admin / Mods area, and yes, the damn Moderators drank all the scotch in the cabinets AGAIN.  Ah well, it's a small price to pay for the hard work they do, and the watchsmiths we're able to snag, to benefit our members.  Next rounds are on me, boys.

 

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Yes I agree. I will contact them. I did not see a listing per say in forum but I am a old guy and might have missed it.

Thanks  for every ones help. Marty 

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Folks. I am setting at home computer and cannot even find my original post so back  to the phone. We’re I can see it. Unbelievable. Anyway can some one tell me how to reach watch fixers musiekped or Rionrity in USA so I can start the process of getting my watch fixed ? I am sorry but having a hard time navigating around this website. I cannot find anything. Not even my own post from my home computer. Thanks. MD 

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MN YOU GUYS ARE GREAT. ! Thanks for your help with the contacts. It’s heck to get old trying to figure out these computers. I am getting to the point I better start using a battery watch. Ha ha ha. MD

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