September, 2018After a frustrating round of non-customer service from Omega, I searched the internet and came upon WatchRepair.net. My Omega Seamaster was running fast and needed a overhaul. Jeff Herman assured me that the watch would look "good as new." I've worn this watch everyday for six years, so I was a bit doubtful. Due to the attractive price, I also opted to replace the crystal. When Jeff returned the watch, I learned that he wasn't just a big talking salesman; the watch actually looked brand new! I checked the microprinted serial number to be sure it hadn't been switched. Upon closer inspection, I also found that a couple of deep gouges (I'm hard on watches) on the back of the band were still discernable (barely). As excited as I was about the watch's appearance, I waited more than a week to ensure the watch kept proper time before writing a testimonial. When the watch first arrived I synced it to the official U.S. Time clock. When I sent the watch in, it was gaining a couple of minutes a day. Over the last 12 days, my overhauled watch has gained four seconds total. Outstanding. Bravo Jeff!