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    aiyo....u every year go verify meh.........haha.....1 yr buy 1 link ah
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    Yeah lor...go verify once can liao mah...HAHHAHA


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    What about this one.. You buy from someone, maybe a local guy, sure you wanna get the Rolex authenticated rite..? Go to RSC and tell them you wanna service the watch.. Gal brings watch in and handover to the technicians.. 20mins later gal calls out your name to the counter...
    If she gives you a quotation estimation for servicing the watch then your watch is 100% authentic rite..? You say "Hmmm.. I'll think about it.." and walks out knowing it's genuine.. Save $75.. Just a thought though...
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    hmnn just to share something i read in some foreign forum....this guy sent his daytona for servicing.... when he went back to collect the watch, the RSC told him that they couldn't proceed with the servicing as certain parts of the watch is not genuine.... poor guy.......
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    Quote Originally Posted by nottinghill View Post
    hmnn just to share something i read in some foreign forum....this guy sent his daytona for servicing.... when he went back to collect the watch, the RSC told him that they couldn't proceed with the servicing as certain parts of the watch is not genuine.... poor guy.......
    Which is why... nvr go dunno wat rubbish shop to 'service' your watch juz to save a few bucks..
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    Hi Good Day to All,

    To what i know RSC only replace or sell you their parts if your watch are 100% original.

    correct me if i am wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rolexso View Post
    Hi Good Day to All,

    To what i know RSC only replace or sell you their parts if your watch are 100% original.

    correct me if i am wrong.


    U r spot on !!...
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    Can any bro advise on how long does the authetication process take? Do they strip the watch in your presence or will they call you when it's done? Anyone has any idea??
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    Quote Originally Posted by minusplus View Post
    Can any bro advise on how long does the authetication process take? Do they strip the watch in your presence or will they call you when it's done? Anyone has any idea??
    I have paid $75 for authentication.
    It is on the spot, you are able to see through the glass where the ppl who checking on your watch. Probably take ard 5 to 10 minutes..
    pretty fast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kconzz View Post
    I have paid $75 for authentication.
    It is on the spot, you are able to see through the glass where the ppl who checking on your watch. Probably take ard 5 to 10 minutes..
    pretty fast.
    Wah that means they make $75 in juz 5-10 mins...


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