For a second time in the four years I have owned it, I had to send my Orient in to Orientwatchusa for a repair; this time for the day/date not working. I just got the estimate from Orient, which says:
"We have received the estimate from our service station and informed us there are more underlying issues with your watch besides just the day/date mechanism and it would be $90 to fix your watch. They also noted that it is possible they will need a certain part which may delay the repair by quite a few weeks if necessary. However they are not able to determine if this part is needed until they take apart the watch."
Umm, what? Underlying issues? Mystery parts that take weeks to get?
Would you fix this watch or just put the $90.00 toward new watch (which can be had for $125-$150?
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