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We are **LINK REMOVED - PLEASE READ THE RULES**, In Vietnam, we are the first to follow the direction of professional watch repair. However, in our country there are still many restrictions on new technologies.
Even so, we still try to fix the downside factors. And here are some pictures of us in Vietnam.
What do you think about us, please give us the most sincere comments. Thank for all.

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