David,Does anyone know about how much RGM charges to do regular service on a watch that is out of warranty?
I'm glad to hear they have a fairly quick turnaround.
If your 756 has Ar capsule it will need to go back to Germany as RGM does not yet have an Ar machine. Watchbuys has been saying one's coming but after a year or more of waiting my hopes are not high.:-(Thanks for the help guys. My 756 is running a bit slow and will need to be sent back sometime next year.
For some reason I thought the 756 and 856 had Ar inside with the copper-sulfate capsule. :-S It's a let down that the Diapal model wouldn't also have Ar.IIRC, the 756/856 just have the copper-sulfate dry capsule without the Argon filling of the case (the two features usually go hand in hand, but not on all models, and they are independent of each other) - RGM should be able to handle an exchange of the capsule.
For me it's a let down. If Sinn decides it's not an important enough feature to put on their flagship 756, I have to ask, is it really that important to begin with? :think:I admit to being confused about the Argon filling: for many Sinn customers abroad it is a show-stopper as the watch cannot be serviced outside of Germany, but when this technical feature is not present, it is a "let-down"? :-S
For me it's a let down. If Sinn decides it's not an important enough feature to put on their flagship 756, I have to ask, is it really that important to begin with? :think: