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    Default IWC servicing

    Is the servicing of IWC expensive if done by Richmont? Any good recommendation for service outside of the AD.

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    The manual recommends servicing approx 5yrs. I read in forum that there is this 2 yrs interim servicing...
    what is the difference and what are the prices?
    does the full servicing includes polishing?
    and normally how long will it take?
    thx!

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    Yeap. That's around there for the 7 days movement.

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    I was told to leave my watch there for 1 month awaiting the seals to arrive in sg.

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    Complete servicing for 3 hand watch with no date in house calibre is 495 inclusive gst as of earlier half of this year

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    Hi, anyone have any recommendation for servicing IWC watches and it's rough duration? Thank you.

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    any recommendation for 3rd party servicing center

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    anyone service a 379901 before and have a rough guide of its cost ?
    Its the 46mm top gun double chrono.

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    Hi all, i am a proud owner of a top gun double chrono.

    When i took delivery of it, the condition was quite bad, abt 70/100. Backcase scratched, soft iron core chipped, marks on the ceramic case.

    Called iwc and they told me it would cost $810. Fair price, and i thought its better to send in to manufacutrer for a complete servicing and overhaul. But can i check, what will they do EXACTLY?

    In addition to stripping and setvicing the movement?

    Will they also recondition the watch to like-new condition?

    Thanks.

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    Just an update on some info:

    Big pilot sapphire glass replacement:$280

    7 day Pellaton movement full service (excluding parts replacement): $1,200

    Maintenance: $300-400

    Though the sapphire glass cost sounds surprisingly cheap, there is a catch: you have to incur at least a maintenance cost to replace the glass.

    Service duration is 3 months!

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