Watch Service near Seattle?

Anyone know of a good place for repair and service in the Seattle area?

I have been looking around and have found very few.

Timemachines
Posted February 6, 2011 - 12:22pm

Hello,

 A good watchmaker is as close as your mail box. Look around the post and I'm sure you can find a good one. 

 Hope this helps.  Mike..

Timemachines
Posted February 6, 2011 - 12:22pm

Hello,

 A good watchmaker is as close as your mail box. Look around the post and I'm sure you can find a good one. 

 Hope this helps.  Mike..

plainsmen
Posted February 6, 2011 - 12:28pm

Club 5000Panel Member

Yep... I've actually started sending my stuff out to Mike (timemachines)... he's in Michigan and I'm in northern Minnesota.  5 bucks gets it shipped to him priority 2-3 day mail usually.  He's been very easy to work with and rates are very reasonable after I've looked around quite a bit. 

I'll be gone out of town this next week when my watches come in from him but upon my return I'll put up his work... that way you can decide for yourself.  I've been very happy with the communication so far though and I think I've probably found my permenant watchmaker barring my son becoming a bench worker... heh.

Jerin

P.S.  Except of course he's on of them "double posters" ... you have to watch out for them!  Haha!!

 

 

Frost Gamble
Posted February 6, 2011 - 11:55pm

Hi Plainsmen,

What city in Northern Minnesota?  I live in Winnipeg, used to live in Minneapolis.

There are a couple of watch repair specialists here locally but I can't speak to any of them yet (if only my lowball bid on a spaceview would ever go through :)).

 

Frost 

 

plainsmen
Posted February 7, 2011 - 12:15am

Club 5000Panel Member

Bemidji.... way up here.  Not to far away from the border a...

Timemachines
Posted February 6, 2011 - 1:28pm

That only proves that I work twice as hard to commuinicate with my customers!  LOL

 Acually , I dont know how that happened?  sorry!  Mike.....