LOGISTICS COMPANY FOR SENDING WATCH
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    LOGISTICS COMPANY FOR SENDING WATCH

    Hi, may I know which logistics company is fast and good for sending watch?

    I wish to send to New York.

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    I’ve had good experiences (as the receiving end) with DHL Express and Fedex International Priority. Usually takes around 5 days to deliver a package from Europe to SE Asia.
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    I prefer DHL over FedEx. FedEx can screw you around with customs, DHL has always been no-nonsense in my dealings with them.
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    Re: LOGISTICS COMPANY FOR SENDING WATCH

    Fedex or UPS. DHL doesn't have much of a delivery network in the USA and messes up with customs duty.

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    Re: LOGISTICS COMPANY FOR SENDING WATCH

    How many threads is this guy gonna start about packaging and sending watches? But to parrot others, DHL or FedEx seem to work best.
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    Re: LOGISTICS COMPANY FOR SENDING WATCH

    I guess Google is NOT his friend....
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    Re: LOGISTICS COMPANY FOR SENDING WATCH

    For incoming in to the U.K. then DHL has never let me down but I understand that their U.S. operation could be better so you may be better off using someone like FedEx.

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    Not sure where you’re sending from but these companies can be expensive if shipping from a distance. You’re probably looking at $125 and up to ship a watch via DHL or FedEx to the US from overseas. It’s also not insured and fedEx won’t insure watches. You’ll either need secondary insurance like parcel pro or just chance it.

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    Google never judges.. anyway I prefer FedEx.

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