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December 30, 2012

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Angelo

Well, like working on a car----the service is only as good as the skills of the person performing the service. I really hate the idea of taking a watch that is functioning properly----and because you reach a certain time threshold----turning it over to someone who is going to take it apart and mess with the movement. Everything from a tiny piece being bumped to a gasket not seating properly can turn things sour in a hurry. And of course, it will be a mere "coincidence" when the watch fails around the time you bring it in for service (just like car issues that mechanics cause). Makes me nervous.

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