Dive Watch Repair Help

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    Dive Watch Repair Help

    I currently have a Deep Blue nato diver 300 and the movement has stopped keeping power. At most it will run for a few hours before stopping completely even while working (I am constantly moving at work). Unfortunately there are no local watch repair shops within driving distance of me so it will have to be sent out for repair. I was wondering if anyone has sent out their watch for repairs before? What company/business did you use? What was the service like? How expensive are they?

    Any recommendations is welcome.

    Also to note i am in the lower 48.

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    Re: Dive Watch Repair Help

    How old is the watch? If it's less than a year send it to Deep Blue for repair under warranty. If it's not under warranty contact Stan at Deep Blue to see about sending it in.

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    Unfortunately it is out of Warranty. But I will try contacting them to see what they say.

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    Re: Dive Watch Repair Help

    Used:
    WatchDoctor.biz (Mark Sirianni) - Good pricing, OK service (does not work on chronographs). Did well for my Automatic service with minor dial repair. Did not do a good job on movement swap of my wife's quartz watch (hands were rubbing each other and movement was stopping after it was returned to me. Fixed it the second time but did not pay for return shipping even though it was his mistake).
    InternationalWatchWorks.com - A bit higher in pricing but still reasonable. Good job with service. Relume was done expertly on my Breguet. Back log was much longer from what I remember. Keeps good communication via pictures and e-mails.

    I didn't use these guys but I hear good things about: MCWW (motorcitywatchworks.com)
    Chronic flipper...


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