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MarineMaster SBDX017 staring to lose time


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running consistently slow and heading inevitably out of spec (bit annoyed as its only a 2017 watch worn in rotation)

obviously could go to the seiko service uk centre in maidenhead for a service/regulation but who else do we know and or like for this kind of work ?

thoughts and or recommendations please 

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36 minutes ago, Rotundus said:

running consistently slow and heading inevitably out of spec (bit annoyed as its only a 2017 watch worn in rotation)

obviously could go to the seiko service uk centre in maidenhead for a service/regulation but who else do we know and or like for this kind of work ?

thoughts and or recommendations please 

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Hmmm, tricky one, I know with the SBDX001 version Seiko UK used to send them to Japan to get serviced, not sure this is still the case. There are so few MM around in the UK I don't know if there are good independents (of which there aren't many) who have experience of this watch. More to do with the specialised monocoque case and the fact that everything comes out of the front of the watch. I would give the Seiko service centre a call or email first

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Seiko service centre is reasonably priced and it will come back with full Seiko warranty. I wouldn't bother with an independent for a 2017 MM300.

If you want it polishing as well, I think it still needs to go back to Japan to the zaratsu magic elves.

However, I would always go indy for any vintage stuff.

 

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