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    Default Advisory : IWC Servicing

    Hi all,

    Thinking of getting an IWC pre-owned watch,just wondering how much is the usual servicing fee for an IWC?

    Million Thanks for the infor

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    Default Fee depends on model

    The fee would depend on model. last I asked was 600+ for a chrono spitfire. Maybe less without polishing.

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    Wa..That is rather ex siah.. Thanks for the infor bro..

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    It gets even higher for in house movements.... But normally you will need only need to service at the 5 year mark.
    PAM 233K :woohoo:
    IWC BP 5004 :D
    Explorer II Z Series white dial :yay:
    Casio Pro Trek :appluse:

    One last one: JLC Tribute to Polaris 68 re-edition

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    i wonder how much to service the 7 days movement

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    Default Service any where else?

    For 7 days movement, I don't there is any other place you can or would want to service your watch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lthg25 View Post
    For 7 days movement, I don't there is any other place you can or would want to service your watch.
    then they are going to charge us a bomb

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    Can I ask if anyone has experience - When the IWC watch is under the 2 years warrenty, can we bring the watch in for servicing FOC? (Just before the warrenty runs out)
    My humble keepsakes:
    1) Submariner 14060
    2) Submariner 14060M
    3) Sea Dweller 16600
    4) Explorer II 16570 (Polar)
    5) Azimuth JagdBomber
    6) Azimuth Bombardier I,II,III, IV & V
    7) Azimuth 55mm B-hur Original Luftwaffe Specification Limited Edition
    8) Seiko Samurai Ti (Black)
    9) Panerai Black Seal
    10) IWC Big Pilot (5004)
    11) IWX Mark XIV

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    Default 2 year Warrenty

    Warrenty means they will repair the watch IF there is any problems. If there is none, they will not do anything. Servicing which also means maintainance, oiling and polishing. Servicing is also a means of income for them.

    In short, warrenty means just repairs.....

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    I think at least 1k for in house movements.... Thats what I got for my Pam when I asked them...
    PAM 233K :woohoo:
    IWC BP 5004 :D
    Explorer II Z Series white dial :yay:
    Casio Pro Trek :appluse:

    One last one: JLC Tribute to Polaris 68 re-edition

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