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    Default Rolex Service Center info

    Address: 302 Orchard Road,Tong building 01-01, Singapore 238862

    Opening hours: Mon-Fri 10am-7pm

    Tel: 6830 5100 (Showroom),67379033 (Office), 62350183 (Fax)


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    Anyone know what the cost is for a standard servicing and the time taken?
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    Not sure...but I believe it's a few hundred.


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    it's costly... a word of advise first... usually a few hundred... take weeks..
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    Quote Originally Posted by louisoh View Post
    it's costly... a word of advise first... usually a few hundred... take weeks..
    Thanks, wah, better save money first ya, but then again, this is the price of owning a fantastic watch
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    called them and according to them.....the servicing fees starts like $400 (at least)....depending on the servicing required.... usually normal servicing takes 3-4 working days but depending on the volume of service....so can be longer....
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    the last time i went by they said about $300+ for std servicing of models that are not too old (most perpetuals) , and about $600+ for the older ones e.g. 6694 handwound, assuming they have parts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by keltzar View Post
    the last time i went by they said about $300+ for std servicing of models that are not too old (most perpetuals) , and about $600+ for the older ones e.g. 6694 handwound, assuming they have parts.
    Hey, is it true tat the standard servicing price starts from $500 now instead of $300.. My colleague just had his 16014 serviced last week and told me Rolex Centre has increased.. But the standard servicing now will include a new sapphire crystal, crown and the 2 strap metal spring.. If like that then $500 is worth it hor, i think..
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    Quote Originally Posted by communicam View Post
    Hey, is it true tat the standard servicing price starts from $500 now instead of $300.. My colleague just had his 16014 serviced last week and told me Rolex Centre has increased.. But the standard servicing now will include a new sapphire crystal, crown and the 2 strap metal spring.. If like that then $500 is worth it hor, i think..
    Ok $500 since with the sapphire crystal. It may worth the $200 for the crystal itself. But if the crystal no chips no scratch why change it as part of the service.

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    But 16014 does not come with a sapphire crystal. I tried to change my 16014 crystal and they say cannot because dun hav such thing.


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