I was looking around for a wrist timepiece service technician, and I found out about the great reputation of United Watch Services.
I gave them a call to get to know them; and, I spoke to Jessy Dang. He was very informative and forthright. I got the sense that he was knowledgeable about running a high-end watch repair business.
I like that he and his team have expertise, years of experiences, Swiss Certifications, and Swiss Standards and Measurements Certifications for their lab and their equipment to work on Rolex, Omega, Chopard, Patek Phillipe, and other high-end luxury wrist timepieces.
In fact, a lot of other companies, such as, but not limited to, Shreve & Company, bring their wrist timepieces, such as, but not limited to, Patek Phillipe and Rolex, to Alan for service and repairs.
Alan, Master Service Technician, United Watch Services, mentioned since my Pogue has never been serviced, it needs a thorough deep cleaning and adjustment; but, he also mentioned it’s in excellent condition. He could not believe of its condition for being a 1972 wrist timepiece.
After the ticker and checking the glow, Alan sets the Rolex Water Pressure tank to match the water resistant Seiko factory setting, 70M (229 Ft), on my Seiko Pogue.
If you’re looking for a wrist timepiece service technician for your Rolex, Omega, Patek Phillipe, vintage wrist timepieces, and other luxury high-end wrist timepieces, check out, Alan, Master Technician, at United Watch Services.
He is Swiss Certified, and all his equipment goes through a Swiss Certification Process to make certain the equipment is up to standards and measurements.