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    Quote Originally Posted by Mezz72 View Post
    i'm using the one with 3x for >2 years already. No issues.
    Provide good and reliable AFTERSALES service.

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    I have one and it keeps breaking down. Struggled to have it repaired but still broke down. Damaged one of my chrono due to the inconsistent winding. Shame...

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    Quote Originally Posted by benny ng View Post
    I have one and it keeps breaking down. Struggled to have it repaired but still broke down. Damaged one of my chrono due to the inconsistent winding. Shame...
    Navale winders comes with quality warranty and after warranty support and repairs. I dont see how they can be "struggled" to have repairs done given the parts and experience the owner has.

    I heard of excessive winding wearing out certain parts of the timepiece mechanism, never heard of inconsistent winding damaging timepieces. I would suggest you google for more information on how a watch movement and a watch winder works before making groundless claims.

    I would also suggest you contact the owner directly and see what he says rather than what seems to me and in my opinion a groundless accusation/trolling.

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    thanks for warning everyone here on this brand
    i have bought brandless china made winders, cheap and good
    no need to buy these same winders with brand name and charge higher price

    Quote Originally Posted by benny ng View Post
    I have one and it keeps breaking down. Struggled to have it repaired but still broke down. Damaged one of my chrono due to the inconsistent winding. Shame...

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    Quote Originally Posted by nb1 View Post
    thanks for warning everyone here on this brand
    i have bought brandless china made winders, cheap and good
    no need to buy these same winders with brand name and charge higher price
    Please read the post above and pay attention to what's written. You can have your opinions but that doesn't mean it applies to this case.

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    Just ordered one Navale 106BTZ for 6 watches. Text Jon in the afternoon and he delivered by evening. Gave clear explanations on how to use as well as innovative tweaks to accommodate wifey rolex of extreme small wrist size. Cheers

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    Good and fast service , definitely a great deal at the price it is selling. Recommended

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    I ordered a Navale winder for 6 watches yesterday morning & the delivery by Jon within hours.
    Love the excellent quality (look & feel like those cost 4 figures winder) , value for money.
    Jon gave Very clear detail explanation on how to operate, care for watches & winder. Thanks Jon !!!

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    I have a Navale 2 watch winders purchased from Toypost at least 3 years back.
    It come with piano wood finish and look elegant.
    Upon power up realize my left winder winding with a little bit of unusual rotating noise compare to the right side.
    Call up the sale rep, he pick up and return the repaired set within a couple of days.
    Rather satisfied with his service.
    Today the left side is jammed and it is hardly rotate, also the stitches is torn on the part / ball that holding the watch.
    I probably will not consider a Navale watch winder unless significant improvement is seem on the existing product.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hairymonster View Post
    I have a Navale 2 watch winders purchased from Toypost at least 3 years back.
    It come with piano wood finish and look elegant.
    Upon power up realize my left winder winding with a little bit of unusual rotating noise compare to the right side.
    Call up the sale rep, he pick up and return the repaired set within a couple of days.
    Rather satisfied with his service.
    Today the left side is jammed and it is hardly rotate, also the stitches is torn on the part / ball that holding the watch.
    I probably will not consider a Navale watch winder unless significant improvement is seem on the existing product.
    There are upgrades on every series of Navale winders. A 3-5 year old Navale winder is still serviceable with parts available. After warranty support is important as well not just the upgrades. These are the factors to consider when purchasing a winder. Just call the owner and make arrangements with him. I know he is an efficient guy.

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