Squashracquets· Premium Member
Discussion Starter · #1 ·
Most manufacturers recommend authorized service every 3 to 5 years, and most comments in these forums echo that advice. Meanwhile YouTuber Wristwatch_Revival recently receives, encrusted with filth, a Rolex OP with 1560 movement that's been worn every day for 53 years and never opened until it finally stopped. He finds near zero internal wear, and after cleaning, lubing and replacing the main spring gets +/- 0 seconds on the timegrapher. Is it time to call BS on this whole regular service thing?