March, 2020If you’re anything like me the thought of sending one of your prized possessions off to someone that you’ve never met is unsettling. Your Rolex isn’t just expensive but more often than not has an emotional attachment associated with it. I’d like to alleviate at least some of your anxiety with this testimonial. My watch has had a long and bad repair history associated with it. It wouldn’t keep time or self-wind for years and years. It’s timekeeping ability become a joke around our house. I had the watch overhauled multiple times and each time it came back in almost the identical condition. I began to believe that the watch is incapable of keeping good time by design. I ultimately found my way to Jeff and WatchRepair.net. I held my breath as I put the watch into that container for shipment to Miami. I mean after all, bad things never happen in Miami. After a few weeks the watch came back and looked beautiful but would it keep time? I am pleased to tell you that WatchRepair.net succeeded where at least four other “Rolex Certified” jewelers and “overhauls” failed. For the first time in at least 20 years the watch kept PERFECT time and would self-wind without any problem. I used to tell everyone that my $50.00 Casio kept perfect time after 15 years but my multi-thousand dollar Rolex couldn’t stay within 10 minutes a month. I began referring to the watch as jewelry and not a watch. Well now that old Rolex keeps right up with that cheap Casio. I cannot begin to tell you how pleased I am. Subsequently I’ve sent the watch back to Jeff to replace the bezel. Now my Rolex not only keeps perfect time but also looks like a brand-new watch. Listen, I know you’ll have concerns about sending your Rolex off to someone you don’t know. However, at least for me Jeff and WatchRepair.net will be my “go to” guys for years to come.