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I have a watch with I believe a damaged movement. I really like the watch, so I'd like to try to save it with a new movement. It's nothing special, just an Invicta 6348 GMT Pro Diver. I love the Invicta blue, so I'd hate to scrap it.

Can anybody recommend a solid source for a replacement movement?

I apologize if this s not the right forum, but as the new guy it's hard to tell which one would be right.<|
 

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Thank you, I did find that source. What I'm asking is if any source is better to deal with than another?
You asked for a solid source which iI pointed at. Another source and solid as well: ofrei for 17,95.
Btw: Mind telling us the continent, there are sources in CH as well. Just saying.
 

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You asked for a solid source which iI pointed at. Another source and solid as well: ofrei for 17,95.
Btw: Mind telling us the continent, there are sources in CH as well. Just saying.
Thanks Mike, I'm in the US, New York in particular.

Please forgive me, you listed google and a price. We may have been looking at the same site, or maybe not. I just wanted to verify. Appreciate your help.
 

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Usual suspects....
Allwatchparts is 11.95, Esslinger is: 14.95. up to you where to buy.
 
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