And the first customer will get a complete write up and essay on his movement by
yours truly published here on Seikoholics,
"Inside Seiko`s 8L35 movement"
A service on this watch includes: Disassembly of the case structure to gain access to the movement, complete disassembly of the movement, ultrasonic
and agitative cleaning of the movement parts, inspection of the movement parts, reassembly of the movement as well as oiling and timing of the movement while on the bench.
Reassembly of the movement into the case structure, with the possible necessity of removing it again if the initial timing does not hold. Whew! Theres allot to do in one of these.
The gaskets, if you need them are easily sourced and run 10 for the crown and 15
for the case o-ring seal. There is no need to remove the crystal gasket and it
should not be needed in the majority of case`s. I can pressure test the finished watch to 120 meters, which is the deepest my machine will go.
Charges for the servicing work are going to be $350 not to include the gaskets or
return shipping. Turn around on these will run about 4 months.
Please inquire to us at DrSeiko!
If you are in need of a Marine Master Service.
The Doctors got you covered!
Randall Benson. ____________________________________________________________
Specializing in Seikology, Seikotherapy, and other Horological Dis-ease.
Made in the U.S.A.
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