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Thread: Who services Tag watches in this parish please

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    Master
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    Who services Tag watches in this parish please

    Thanks in advance

    Geoff.

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    Grand Master
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    Depends on the watch......the more info you give the more help youíre likely to get.

    Suffice to say that TAG have a more relaxed attitude to parts supply, but the parts arenít cheap.

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    I would like to know this too.
    Thinking about having my Carrera calibre 5 done.

    Sent from my SM-G930F using Tapatalk

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    Master
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    Try Duncan from Genesis.

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    Ian Walsh in Darwen has mine at present.

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    Brendan Hooey at webwatchmaker.

    Sorted a very much botched Monaco for me after Chealwatch had butchered it twice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bambam View Post
    Try Duncan from Genesis.
    Happy with his work earlier this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pitfitter View Post
    Happy with his work earlier this year.
    I second that.

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    Grand Master
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    There are certain TAG models that are straightforward to service, but some most definitely are not. Chronographs with the DD modular movement are a no-no for me, a special tool is needed to get the chrono module back together and it just isn`t worth my while investing in it.

    Best advice for anyone who makes an enquiry about servicing is to give details of the watch, some repairers will work on anything whilst others (like me) won't. Workload and other comittments is always a factor, but if the watch is a straightforward job it's far more likely to 'temp' someone to offer...........that's how I see it!

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