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I'm acquiring a Seiko that's over 10 years old and will be second automatic watch. I've never had a watch serviced so I'm uncertain about how to begin. Would it be better to have Seiko service this watch or would it be just as good to have a watch repair shop handle it? What difference in cost should I expect?

I not sure about the purpose of having papers that come with the purchase of a watch but I won't have any in this case and I don't know if it makes a difference in having this watch serviced by Seiko?

It's not a luxury watch but it is expensive (for me) because of it's somewhat rare so I do want to make sure it's handled with the best care.
 

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Someone with far more knowledge of automatic watches than myself directed me to Mr. Jack Alexyon @ IWW for a long delayed (up to 20 year delayed) servicing of my 6159-7010. I trusted his judgment, and would recommend Mr. Jack based solely on his suggestion.

You can find Mr. Jack @ the link below.

http://www.angelfire.com/blues/andcameysiww/Firstpage.html

Hope this helps,

Rice
 
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