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  1. Sure there are many very good watchmakers employed by gray dealers personally I would rather send my watch to an AD or RSC where I know the watchmaker is Rolex certified. I bought a watch from a gray dealers it comes with a three year warranty but that warranty is not worth a hill of beans since now the watch is at an RSC because despite their claim that the watch was serviced by them it needed a complete overhaul from Rolex. Send it in sure you have to go 4-8 weeks without it but when you get it back it will be good as new.
  2. I want to buy my wife a watch. She does not like Rolex's in her self-imposed price range of $5000 - 6500. We went out and looked this weekend and of course everything she did like was $10,000 or better but she does not want to spend that much. She is very frugal I am the one saying if you love it, buy it! Then we saw an Omega that was quite nice and in her range it was the Deville Prestige 4375.71.00 she decided to think about it but I think I might sneak off and buy it. It looked really good on her and she did really like it. I was just wondering what was the verdict on this watch?
  3. What other colors do they come in?
  4. I like Omega, but I ask myself the same question when I go to buy one. I looked at a Speedmaster and bought a Daytona, I looked at a Seamaster Planet Ocean and bought a SubLV. Still I think Omega is a great watch and I can see myself picking one up in the future.
  5. Sure there are many very good watchmakers employed by gray dealers personally I would rather send my watch to an AD or RSC where I know the watchmaker is Rolex certified. I bought a watch from a gray dealers it comes with a three year warranty but that warranty is not worth a hill of beans since now the watch is at an RSC because despite their claim that the watch was serviced by them it needed a complete overhaul from Rolex. Send it in sure you have to go 4-8 weeks without it but when you get it back it will be good as new.
  6. Sure there are many very good watchmakers employed by gray dealers personally I would rather send my watch to an AD or RSC where I know the watchmaker is Rolex certified. I bought a watch from a gray dealers it comes with a three year warranty but that warranty is not worth a hill of beans since now the watch is at an RSC because despite their claim that the watch was serviced by them it needed a complete overhaul from Rolex. Send it in sure you have to go 4-8 weeks without it but when you get it back it will be good as new.
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