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khergert

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About khergert

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  • Birthday 06/09/1953

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    los angeles
  • Interests
    watches, firearms, motorcycles, certain mens interests

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  1. All things being equal, why did you select 5002? When it comes to the expensive watches, you have to know your seller. In the past month I have bought for expensive watches from presumably trusted sellers. Two of the four were returned. They claim honest mistakes.
  2. Pip, that was a good question and answered professionally. You need many basic skills from start to finish; and then repetition. Some high end jewelers should ask your exact question. You will fix whatever costumers bring to you. Complications are part of the job.
  3. My name is Kevin. I grew up in Portland Oregon and Hollywood California. I live in Los Angeles, and spend time between LA and a town I cannot pronounce 50km northeast of Bangkok Thailand. I have a few watches and do not fix them. I have had issues with expensive repairs. I would explain but I would hate to get banned so soon. My daily watch is a Seiko SKX007 or a Marathon GSAR. The Maratac SR-9015L is favored over my Submariner, which I cannot explain. My newest is a Seiko Zimbe. None are for sale, which is not allowed here. Good policy. I am on Timezone, Rolex forums and others. I will discuss watches with anyone. Discussing time required some understanding of physics. Probably boring. Mark, your videos are great. I can talk with Jack, my watch repairman, in detail more than "it doesnt run". I am beginning to understand in-beat and a few detail I have not mastered. Someday I will find a master artist to redo my Rolex 1675 dial. The cracking never bothered me. These things happen with years of daily use. I felt old when an AD refered to my 1675 as vintage, new in 1983. I see your crossed a Patreon milestone. Good for you.
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