Terms of Sale Agreement
WatchRepair.net is the provider of a service on behalf of its clientele. By the customer (“you”) sending in your watch to WatchRepair.net (“us” or “we”), you are agreeing to all of the terms and conditions set forth herein. These terms, together with applicable additional terms and conditions, are terms of a legal agreement between you and WatchRepair.net, and are collectively referred to herein as the “Agreement”.
Initial Engagement. By offering our FREE Pelican WatchRepairPak®, we take much of the worry and effort out of packing up and sending your watch off for repair and service. Request your FREE UPS® Express specially-designed protective Pelican WatchRepairPak® for you to safely ship your valuable time piece in for repair. Your Pelican WatchRepairPak® will arrive inside a USPS Priority Mail pak in 2 business days.
Your Pelican WatchRepairPak® will include instructions on how to package your watch for shipping. This is absolutely the safest and the most convenient way to ship your watch in for repair! Then simply drop it off at any UPS® location at no charge, compliments of WatchRepair.net. It will already have a prepaid UPS Express® shipping label so all you will need to do is drop it off and ask for a receipt. We will contact you either by email or by phone to let you know that your watch has arrived safely.
Once our Master Timekeeper has had a chance to inspect your watch and diagnose the problem(s), we will contact you to confirm the estimate. (There is never a charge for the estimate, and if for any reason you decide not to proceed with the repair, WatchRepair.net will ship you back your watch. WatchRepair.net will ship you back your watch. Return shipping is only $29.95, plus $8.00 per thousand for insurance)
Pricing.Prices discussed by phone prior to customer sending in their watch are subject to change once the watch has been received and fully examined. Prices listed on our site do not apply to Chronograph and vintage watches.
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Payment / Refund Policy. Upon receipt of your watch, WatchRepair.net will expeditiously contact you with the estimated cost for the repairs. Upon your acceptance of our repair estimate, written or verbal, you will be required to pay in full for the repairs with a credit card. Any estimate provided by WatchRepair.net is subject to change depending on variables such as the unforeseen difficulty and complexity of the repair that needs to be done, obtaining missing parts, etc. Once payment is received, our watchmakers shall commence their work immediately as the decision to proceed is considered final. Vintage watches are not warranted against moisture unless expressly indicated when the watch is returned. WatchRepair.net does not guarantee that it can repair your watch.
Length of repair time. WatchRepair.net, LLC and its affiliates will do our best to completed work within 30 days. However, this estimated time of completion cannot be guaranteed due to the potential of parts being on backorder or the need to be located. Customer understands the length of repair time is not guaranteed, and will not hold WatchRepair.net, LLC responsible for any delays.
certain conditions such as the possibility of completion within this time frame is not guaranteed as certain conditions such as backordered parts or the precise length of repair time.
WatchRepair.net provides estimates based on average repair times for similar type timepieces and procedures.
Return Shipment. Prior to shipping your watch back to you, WatchRepair.net will attempt to contact you to confirm the physical address to which you would like us to ship it to. The vast majority of the packages we send out deliberately require a signature at the time of receipt to ensure the safety and security of your watch. It is your responsibility to ensure that someone will be at that address to accept the package. Because packages delivered per release signature are considered delivered, it is imperative that your address does not have a Release Signature Status with the courier, which allows packages to be dropped off unattended and unsigned. It is your responsibility either to alert WatchRepair.net to this issue or to resolve it on your own with the courier.
WatchRepair.net is not responsible for:
Risk-Of-Loss. You remain responsible for the risk-of-loss for watch(es) until delivery of the same to WatchRepair.net. You are responsible for any damages that may occur to your product while in transit until we inspect and sign for your package. In the event of a claim with the shipping company, you are responsible for providing proof of purchase, and/or appraised value as well as proof of shipment in order to collect on insurance. If you do not provide proper documentation, WatchRepair.net will not obtain insurance reimbursement. WatchRepair.net strongly recommends that the timepiece being shipped is photographed before shipping.
What shipping insurance does and does not cover. Shipping insurance covers the appraised value of the timepiece, but does not cover sentimental value. Prior to the repairs being made, the watch is covered for its replacement value minus the cost of repair. After the repairs were made, shipping insurance covers the replacement value of the watch only. Coverage is limited to the lesser of the amount specified upon signing up and the actual value of the watch.
Shipping Policies. To minimize risk to your watch as well as ensuring that the insurance coverage is binding, the following packing instructions must be adhered to:
Limitation of Liability. By sending item(s) for repair, customer agrees that WatchRepair.Net, LLC, its agents and representatives (“WRNet”) are accepting the item(s) solely for the purpose of repair. WRNET shall not be responsible for loss, damage, or theft of the item(s) unless due to WRNET’s sole negligence. Any damage or loss due to WRNET’s sole negligence will be limited to the actual cost to repair or replace the item(s) of comparable value and is not to exceed the sum of $75.00 or such higher value as may be declared by customer in writing in advance. Insurance covers the replacement value of your watch only. Coverage is limited to the dollar amount you agrees to, and is also limited to the actual value of the watch as assessed by industry professionals.
If you are going to value your watch at a specific amount, it is your responsibility to defend this amount with a formal appraisal by a qualified third party and/or with a receipt for the watch when purchased new. The “new” value of your watch may not be allowed as evidence of its current depreciated replacement value.
In no event will WRNET be liable for other damages, including loss of use, or other incidental or consequential damages. All disputes shall be resolved in Miami-Dade County, FL.
Owner Responsibility. Prior to shipping back a timepiece to its owner, WatchRepair.net will attempt to contact that owner to confirm the shipping address to where the timepiece should be shipped. We will attempt to repeatedly contact the owner via phone and/or email until the owner is contacted. If after 10 phone calls, 10 emails and one calendar year from the date of the first attempted contact the owner has still not yet successfully contacted us regarding his watch, WatchRepair.net has the right to do with the timepiece as it wishes with no responsibility towards the original owner.
GPS Tracking Device. We may include a Blue Solo5G GPS Tracker as an added level of security when we ship your watch back to you, along with a postage-prepaid yellow envelope to mail it back in. If after 30 days from the time we ship back your watch we have still not received back the GPS Tracker, a $60 charge will be authorized to your credit card. This will be refunded as soon as we receive back the tracker.
With an a Master of Fine Arts diploma in one hand and an Anthropology PhD in the other, William Thompson discovered a way to parlay his passion for mountaineering into a fascinating career as a photojournalist – using the camera lens as his ultimate “paintbrush.”
Thompson worked for 12 years with National Geographic, having created the first and only complete aerial coverage of Mt. Everest for the magazine. Other exotic assignments involved traveling via yak train through the Bhutanese Himalaya, living with pygmies in deep of Africa, and photographing the Asian elephant on its tragic path toward extinction.
His commercial image work includes major campaigns for Wells Fargo, Leo Burnett, Starbucks, Marlboro, Boeing, United Airlines, Intel, and Holland America.
Today, Thompson lives in a 90-year old log home near the waters of Puget Sound – and still finds adventure in climbing. Fee free to reach out to William via the following points of contact:
William Thompson Photograph/Film
15566 Sandy Hook Rd. NE