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Sunday 10 February 2013 7.38pm
Anyone know a decent watch maker/repairer?
I have a watch which needs a tiny bar part made to fix the bracelet back onto the face, but most places don't really have the skills anymore, so its 'a new strap' which is a few hundred quid. That seems daft, so would like a proper old school watch repairer to have a look. Cheers.
Sunday 10 February 2013 8.14pm
I am a member of a couple of watch forums, and I have not (yet)used them personally, but if you want a place you can visit easily, these guys usually get good recommendations:
Sean McNeill
https://sites.google.com/site/watchestogogbbo00/home
Alsal Watches
http://www.alsalwatches.com/
Sunday 10 February 2013 10.52pm
Thanks vm, I will see what they have to say.
Monday 11 February 2013 9.19am
I use SJV on Lower Marsh, Steve is old school, honest and they fix them there so the prices are old school too.

Check this link out from way back,

http://www.london-se1.co.uk/forum/read/1/45291

020 7261 1718

100 Lower Marsh
Monday 11 February 2013 10.56am
I would recommend SDV @ 100 Lower Marsh too, they always give a free quote before going ahead with the repair. All repairs to my watches and clocks have been completed in a week of me giving them the OK. Their rates are reasonable to cheap. Go visit and make up your own mind

Phone = 0207 261 1718
Jac
Friday 15 February 2013 11.03am
I can add my name to those who recommend SDV. Picked up my watch this week after having the bracelet shortened and the glass replaced. Great jib and I thought reasonable price too.
Friday 15 February 2013 5.22pm
The place I had put it in with for a quote threw in a full bracelet valet making it a much better deal than they had originally offered, so hopefully that will work out fine. Useful to have this info going forwards though, thanks all.

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