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A386 serviced back from zenith mothership

  1. PKWU

    PKWU Aug 28, 2019

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    good news!
    after some "communicate"
    zenith sent the tachy ring back!
     
  2. nzshadow

    nzshadow Aug 28, 2019

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    That is gret news! You have a beautiful watch that will run now like a dream & you can place the original tachy ring & hands back on as well.

    That my friend is the best of both worlds. Congratulations.
     
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  3. cristos71

    cristos71 Aug 29, 2019

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    Wow, I'm really happy for you....I'd have been distraught losing the original tachy ring and probably couldn't have faced wearing the watch again, so good news indeed!
     
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  4. wristpirate

    wristpirate Aug 29, 2019

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    Great news. Glad the Zenith service centre were able to resolve the issue.
     
  5. Mycroft

    Mycroft Aug 29, 2019

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    I serviced mine directly at the Manufacture and Asked them specifically not to change any original parts or polish the case. Zenith did a beautiful job and only change one broken piece (with they returned).
     
  6. Carl

    Carl Aug 30, 2019

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    Such a beautiful watch! But I agree it would be better with the original hands as well. Still, with a watch like that, it is definitely worth the money for the service. But it does seem, as others have said, it is a tricky business getting satisfactory results.
    I love the vintage watches myself, but have never had the courage as you to go ahead, get one, and keep it serviced. I sincerely hope you get all the issues sorted out.

    Cheers,
    Carl
     
  7. georgeszaslavsky

    georgeszaslavsky Sep 1, 2019

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    never send a vintage watch back to the mother company, the so called restorations are badly done. Sorry to hear about your troubles. I hope you can sort it out. My new Zenith acquisition will go to one of my two favorite independant watchmakers