by Tazer33952 , 02/18/2015
In 2006 I took a 1989 Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust in for repair because it had moisture between the dial and the crystal. Guy Padhaisky, the owner, told me he was authorized to repair Rolex watched. He replaced the stem and charged me $481. Two weeks later the dial showed rust. I took it back to him and he replaced the dial. On February 3rd, 2015 I took the watch to a Rolex Dealer in Sarasota for maintenance and adjustment and was told the dial and the stem were knock-off parts and were not Rolex parts. It is now going to cost me an addition $800 for a new stem and dial.
by Be careful , 07/25/2012
This is a Pawn ShopThey say they fix clocks. Not sure if they can or not but you will need a fat wallet to get out of the place.A little story about local clock shops.I had my mantle clock cleaned and repaired buy a guy in Englewood. Good but I thought pricey at $85. Ok.. The man is now deceased.Several years later I went to RG clocks in Englewood. Same clock, same work $185.Fast forward, I need cleaning and repair so I try Watch Doctor with the caveat: give me a price before any work. Estimate $350!! WOW!! NO THANKS!I take it back up north to a reliable german clocksmith. Same work $97.Go figure but dont trust these people.
Antique clock repair
by Habby , 09/03/2011
Thank You , I am so pleased by the work you did on my clock. The timely manner and the reasonable cost. What I thought was trash is now a treasure. Thank you again.
by The Icon , 11/01/2010
I've gone here several times and the service and price has been very good. I highly recommend them.