Rolex: Deep Sea V/Submariner ND M/Submariner-C G/GMT Master II Coke Y
Omega: Speedmaster Quartz X-33
Omega: Seamaster 2254.5/GMT 2234.50/SM 300
Doxa 1500T Professional
Sinn: Hydro UX
Seiko: SBBN015 Quartz Tuna
Seiko: SKX007 Jake's Black Bay mod
MKII: LRRP No Date MilSub
Vostok: Black "Scuba Dude"
Citizen: Promaster NY0040-09W
I have had several watches fixed/restored with Al/Archer Watches, and all work has been fantastic. These were not easy repairs, either-a restoration of a vintage Omega Seamaster 300 (14755-61), and a Sub 300 (no "T"). He also managed to service/resurrect a vintage Bulova Snorkel for me. I consider him a friend, and he's always been very responsive with emails. He also sends pics of the restoration, and his prices are really fair.
I would send him any of my watches without hesitation. In fact, I'm thinking now of which ones to send him...
"What you think, you become"
my current collection: '68 Tudor Sub-military, '83 Rolex Seadweller 16660 (matte dial), '62 Rolex Zephyr, Doxa Sub 300T Professional Reissue, Doxa Divingstar 750 GMT, Omega Flightmaster c911, Omega Seamaster 300/date, Omega PloProf 1200, Omega PO Chrono c9300, Seiko MarineMaster 300M, ZRC Etanche Grand Fondes reissue, B&R BR-02, Seiko Scubamaster M726, Helson Sharkmaster Destro, MeisterSinger Scrypto
How much should I expect to pay for a spare crown? Mine is on its way...it look like a VERY common issue with SUBs.
Moving forward to 2017, are you guys getting great DOXA service in the US, Canada? I can't seem to contact Archer Watches..
In late 2015 I had a pair of vintage Doxa/Aqua Lung watches serviced by Jack at IWW. Does nice work and is always busy.
Hope that helps!
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