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      RWG NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT!   04/09/17

      RWG Needs Your Support - upgrade to a VIP/Supporter membership! If you find your time here to be useful and (we hope) entertaining, we encourage you to become a VIP/Supporter member. This only costs £21 (a little under $30 USD dependent on exchange rates) per annum and all proceeds go towards our hosting costs and making RWG the best watch board around. By becoming a supporter you will also gain a number of benefits including: 1. If you subscribe during one of our VIP upgrade competitions (announced above the shoutybox on the board index page and also found in our competitions subforum), then you could win a nice watch (usually a high-quality rep). We run these competitions approximately monthly, so keep your eyes open for the next one. You will also get access to our free birthday VIP giveaways - you could win a strap, watch tools or even a watch (there have been some amazing prizes including gen Longines, Raymond Weil, Hamilton and Victorinox watches, along with various high-end reps!) 2. Early access to the Member Sales area (see the sales area for rules) and the ability to bump your sale to the top of the board periodically. 3. Access to the supporters-only section of the board. 4. Increased PM storage 5. The ability to change your displayed user name (once in a 90-day period). 6. Occasional discounts from some of our dealers (keep an eye on their subforums for special offers). PLEASE PM Greg_r to upgrade to VIP


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  1. When in Greece........

    No doubt these monstrosities will be popping up soon on e-bay as a gift from a friend who inherited it from their deceased grandfather.
  2. Newbie

    Welcome to the forum, you've come to the right place, use the search bar and read up on reviews of the Deep Sea Sea Dweller and choose a trusted dealer from the list. Before you know it a good quality replica watch will be in your hand.
  3. The "post your Rolex" thread

    Is that the one you were going to sell but decided to keep ? Looks great
  4. The «Is this a replica?» thread

    Fat hour hand, it is probably a Regmariner.
  5. The coronet is the Rolex crown as you call it.
  6. It is not the same as your original clasp because it is made by someone else. Nobody can see the inside of clasp when you are wearing the watch, you can see missing coronet when you are, it's your choice.
  7. Can your trusted dealer not source a new clasp for you? If not I think Mary sells parts or try Raffles if all else fails.
  8. If Reg has offered to get it sorted for you I would go with that, nobody is going to fix it while you wait.
  9. Where can i buy good replica of Rolex

    Has there been a breakout at the asylum last couple of days? They all seem to head straight here on escape!
  10. Not a PN in my opinion

    I don't know about anybody else but nobody has ever given me anything that belonged to a their grandfather, never mind a vintage luxury watch. Everyone on the planet has heard of Rolex, the grandson would quickly google the watch to see what it is was possibly worth then have it valued by an expert. These people are so naive. Unfortunately some others are stupid enough to believe them.
  11. Any decent stainless steel rep will weigh practically the same as the gen, in fact a lot of them can accept genuine parts (they are gen spec) , the reps of precious metals will not weigh the same as gen.
  12. UK Customs delay - Parcelfroce "Sorted"

    My last one was "awaiting customs clearance" for 4 days. Parcel Force tracking said was being "assessed for vat and import duties" and I may receive a letter to pay this. Once it said sorted it was out for delivery next day. Think they must have a backlog or something, but in my case once it said "sorted" on tracking was at my door couple days later, and no import duty and vat letter either!
  13. Anyone work on a SA3135?

    Not much good there then, I believe there is someone called Katt on the forum also does repairs and is US based.
  14. Anyone work on a SA3135?

    If you are in the UK RWG member Rolie is a bit of a whizz kid with repairs.
  15. submariner black dial date noob

    And so to summarise the previous posters info. 1. Read reviews 2. Pick a trusted dealer 3. Pay trusted dealer his price 4. Wait til your watch is delivered to your door.