Geez, give it a rest. If movement service is someday not available (for whatever reason), it should be no problem to just swap in a new movement (made by whoever is still making movements).
Meanwhile, so far just one Ocean Rover has appeared on the sales forums. That seems indicative of a pretty high level of customer satisfaction so far.
Sharper Image moonphase, Ronda 708 quartz (my only watch for 20+ years)
Citizen BM8242-08E Ecodrive, black dial, gold-tone case
Citizen AP1042-03A Ecodrive moonphase, white dial, gold-tone case
Sartego Ocean Master SPA27, yellow dial, Miyota 8215
Christopher Ward C5 Aviator Mark I, black dial, ETA 2824
Chinese Mechanical Forum 2011 project watch, moonphase, Sea-Gull ST25
Casio G-Shock AWGM100B-1A, analog solar atomic
Kadloo Scubamarine, black dial, ETA 2824
Aevig Huldra, orange dial, Miyota 9015
Makara Hawksbill Sea Turtle, bronze case, maroon dial, Seiko NH35
Ginault Ocean Rover, black dial, Ginault 7275
Boldr Odyssey, white dial, Seiko NH35
Borealis Portus Cale, white dial, Miyota 9015
Hamtun Neon, full-lume dial, STP 1-11
Vratislavia Conceptum Pan-Africa, green dial, Miyota 9015
Vostoc Classica, white dial, Vostoc 2409.01
Grails: RGM 801-PS-CE, GO PanoMaticLunar, ALS 1815 moonphase LE
I own many brands including some micros. My AD's have always offered to service any watch. But if you live in a little podunk town it may be tough to find a watch repair guy. Frankly, I wouldn't think much of a service place that would not offer to service a mechanical watch. You must have some crappy service guys. I have Right Time watches and Hyde park near me and they will service anything. What is the name of your place, if you aren't BS'ing, which is a high likelihood.
Hate-on troll. You didn't earn my money. Mind your own business you incredibly smug, supercilious, inverted snob.