Congrats but 2 months and $2,300 for a service?
RSC must have strong demand . . .
I had a 610 anchor many moons ago.
Bracelet is a later 93150 with 585s. Will try to source correct date code clasp possibly.
Morning sun pic...
curious about the number/which parts were replaced...
They didn't list out any parts other than a NOS crown for $87. It was a line item of Movement Service for $2,000.
They appear to be upcharging a ton for the big money vintage models, it's crazy.
how many hours can anyone estimate to service one simple mechanical watch? holly smack! ... ok, add a few drops of lubricant hey, but it looks good! and the crown was cheap
I agree 110%...it took two months and $2,300. Most watchmakers can knock it out in a couple of hours...blindfolded.
Did you see the $12K service bill a dealer got on a Daytona in the UK???
What is insane is the last service on my RSC DRSD was in 2003...for $439, so accounting for inflation, it should be around $600 today. Instead, it is over 3X as expensive.
Makes no sense.
Congrats on the watch, it is truly spectacular!
(12k$ for a watch service is pretty optimistic, you coule service à Porsche Carrera GT for 12k )
Absolutely stunning, great watch for a great man.
“And when Alexander saw the breadth of his domain, he wept, for there were no more worlds to conquer“ - Hans Gruber.
Congrats. Exceptional DRSD.
Simply mind blowing
Great story and great buy
Silver date wheel!
Shocking that it survived 2 RSC services!
Very lucky, enjoy this lovely piece.
Very nice DRSD, congrats
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