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  • PAM Servicing in Singapore

    Anyone can point me to a good & reliable shop to service my PAM 25E T Dial.
    Bought used & have been with me for nearly 3 yrs.
    All the hands are "mouldy" & need replacement.
    Went Richemont & was quoted nearly 1k in 2007 when they are in Wheelock place.
    Thanks in advanced.

  • #2
    Re: PAM Servicing in Singapore

    Anyway, if you need , or any Bros want to know in more details where to service your Pammies, at a very reasonable price, you guys can always PM me.

    Cheers.


    'It ain't how hard you hit;
    it's about how hard you can get hit, and keep moving forward.
    How much you can take, and keep moving forward.
    That's how winning is done.'

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    • #3
      PAM service details

      hi, I tried PM but nothing went thru, so I thought I asked in the open forum for the details of the alternative PAM service you talked about. I hope the details will also provide others with reasonable options for servicing their PAMs. Thanks.

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      • #4
        Bro, heres my account of my experience looking for an alternative servicing place...

        Previously I acquired a beautiful Pam 87 (something I have been eying for a long time) from a bro and its a dream come true (for now as another grail I am looking at is the 194).

        For nearly a month (Feb) I enjoyed the company of the 87 and suddenly disaster struck! I woke up at about 7.30am on 1st March and lifted up my 87 to see the time and realized the date is 29th,put it aside while I do my normal morning routine.About 8 am I change the date to the 1st March and things went normal like any other day.To my horror the date got stuck in between numbers when it should have jump to the 2nd and I knew something is wrong.

        To cut it short, I monitor the date changes after numerous attempts to get it right after being advised by fellow WIS and Paneristi forum but nothing positive is coming out of it.

        So off I went and browse around some pre owned shops asking about the repair jobs and servicing prices when I happened to walk into this particular shop at the corner of Lucky Plaza.This is when things get 'messy'. LOL.

        Me:Uncle, something wrong with my date wheel.The date wont jump.

        Uncle:Let me see your watch.(Pause)Where you buy this watch?

        Me:Bought it from a good friend.

        Uncle:How much you pay this for? (What relevant is that with regards my intention for a repair quote?)

        Me:Ok Ok lah.Quite good price.

        Uncle:This one ha,I can bet,water go in before.(WHAT!?)

        Me:How can you tell?

        Uncle:You look at my watch(he is wearing some sort of a Radiomir looking),this one ha 30 yrs old already.See my watch hands no oxidized.Some more ha,by winding,I can feel and hear that the mechanism inside your watch,might not be original.(Are you KIDDING me?!)

        Me:Er..ok.Then how much is it for a repair job on the date wheel?

        Uncle:Sorry ha.I dont do quick repair jobs.If I, I do everything meaning do servicing and also will fix your date problem.After all ITS MY REPUTATION! (are you serious man? after what you have said?)

        Me:Then how much uncle for servicing?

        Uncle:$750 NETT.

        Me:Ok uncle thanks.I will consider.

        What kind of reputation is he referring to? Obviously that shop is a NO GO even to go in and browse around!Funny thing is, he mentioned that the mechanism inside my 87 might not be original but why would he quote a price for servicing then?Meaning if it prove to be fake, he would still service and charge me?Crazy!

        But no worries.My 87 is back from servicing from a well known reputable shop without any info regarding my watch mechanism got contacted with water or worse still its not original.All is well now.

        From my own personal experience of browsing around,(trust me I went everywhere) I would definitely go back to this particular shop to service my Pams.

        Cheers.

        Sorry for the long post.


        'It ain't how hard you hit;
        it's about how hard you can get hit, and keep moving forward.
        How much you can take, and keep moving forward.
        That's how winning is done.'

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        • #5
          Info on repair

          Hi, would you be able to provide the details of the repair person you finally went to? Thanks.

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          • #6
            Hi, could you share the contact as well? goldden@singnet.com.sg. Thanks buddy...

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            • #7
              You Have Got PM.

              PMed you bro...

              Cheers.


              'It ain't how hard you hit;
              it's about how hard you can get hit, and keep moving forward.
              How much you can take, and keep moving forward.
              That's how winning is done.'

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              • #8
                Thanks bro... appreciate it...

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                • #9
                  Bro can pm me also for panerai service?

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                  • #10
                    Service recomendation.

                    Hi ,

                    Can send the details for service ?
                    Thanks

                    The photo caption is hilarious!

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                    • #11
                      Pam servicing in Singapore.

                      Hi Bro,

                      can also pm me the address?

                      Thank you

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                      • #12
                        Hi Bro,

                        Please PM me the address. Much appreciated.

                        Thanks.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by ryuden View Post
                          PMed you bro...

                          Cheers.
                          pls PM me or email me @ mtan0901@gmail.com for the contact of the OP watch servicing.

                          thanks in advance.

                          MEJZ

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