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rchan821 Wrote:EDIT: Sorry, I meant the new 79350 movmentHello everyone,Regarding the IW3714...from your new purchase how long have you gone before needing your first servicing? Have any of you had your watch for >5 years without overhauling the movement? Have you worn your watch almost continuously?I'm trying to determine how long the movement lasts while wearing a watch as a daily beater.I wonder because the warranty is 2 years and, provided nothing else goes wrong, most movements work fine beyond the first two years.
rchan821 Wrote:Thanks for the response. But I was just curious for those circumstances where the normal routine isn't followed (not my intent!)I have heard of those who haven't service any of their watches for about 10 years.My father has two Rolexes (not sure what kind since I'm not a Rolex fan) that haven't been serviced in about 20 years! Granted he wears them sparingly but they still running smooth.
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rchan821 Wrote:Thanks for your advice, Jack!However, if the watch was worn sparingly and the movement stops on it's own or is hacked, then it's ok to service it in longer intervals?Also, how long does it take for the watch to be serviced? I hear of stories where owners were without their watches for several months due to the many processes involved. Is this the norm?
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