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    for a watch with acrylic crystal....it is replaced at every service by the rsc....
    the hype is true. listen at your own risk.
    visit my watch and audio blog oohlins.blogspot & learn how to use the rolex comfort link

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    Acrylic crystal they don't have? Then they should upgrade to Sapphire one since changing crystal is part of servicing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by exarkun View Post
    Acrylic crystal they don't have? Then they should upgrade to Sapphire one since changing crystal is part of servicing.
    Those ppl lazy mah...eating snake dun want to work abit harder


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    cannot fit how to put in the sapphire crystal...??........:P

    it's not interchangable....
    the hype is true. listen at your own risk.
    visit my watch and audio blog oohlins.blogspot & learn how to use the rolex comfort link

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    I was hoping they wld create another crystal for it specially made 1 ...hahha


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    My colleague's Boy Rolex just have some date problems.

    If tuning at the RSC, will it cost alot w/o box and papers?

    The date 'jump' at 10pm instead of 12am.

    Because I've never been there before.

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    if the watch is out of warranty....got paper or no paper wont make a difference.....paper oni necessary when within warranty
    the hype is true. listen at your own risk.
    visit my watch and audio blog oohlins.blogspot & learn how to use the rolex comfort link

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    Quote Originally Posted by sexyboy16 View Post
    My colleague's Boy Rolex just have some date problems.

    If tuning at the RSC, will it cost alot w/o box and papers?

    The date 'jump' at 10pm instead of 12am.

    Because I've never been there before.
    Hahaha...seriously they dun care about the box. And the papers are only useful when still in warrenty. Sometimes even warrenty is useless when you hav to purchase certain things like spare parts.

    Wah...his night shorten by 2 hrs.

    His 1 day is 22hrs...ours is 24 LOL!


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    Quote Originally Posted by sexyboy16 View Post
    My colleague's Boy Rolex just have some date problems.

    If tuning at the RSC, will it cost alot w/o box and papers?

    The date 'jump' at 10pm instead of 12am.

    Because I've never been there before.
    1) papers are only necessary for warranty. They only thing they will "force" you to change are parts of the watch which are not original, if any e.g. 3rd party bracelet will be changed and charged to you.

    2) Is it an old oyster date? I read that some of the old models will change date between 10pm to 2am... only the datejust was the first to "jump" on time. So read up about it before deciding what to do.

    There is a shop which does rolex repairs and looks quite credible. I think ground floor, in the rear end of the building of lucky plaza. Have not tried them... but for old models may be cheaper than RSC. The guy seems honest enough. He would tell me which watches of his not to buy because dial is changed.

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    jst collect my watches back from RC. some pricing for yr info.

    YM 168623.
    Price: $370. ( Complete Overhaul )

    Ladys DJ.
    Price: $490. ( Complete Overhaul )
    Price: $113. ( Parts: Change new Crystal )



    They issue with another 1 yr warranty. free cloth, free pouch

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