DO NOT TAKE YOUR WATCH HERE! | HORRIBLE EXPERIENCE! | Let’s list all the things that this guy screwed up on my omega for a simple polishing work: | 1. He left big chunks (1-3mm size) of plastic in the dial (IKR, why do you even need to open it for polishing?) | 2. He scratched the case in 4 different places, not small scratches, I mean deep scratches! Like he was trying to open the case with a crowbar. | 3. He scratched the hour and minute hands in 5 places (confirmed by another watch repairman) | 4. He left fingerprints and marks on all the indices on the dial. | 5. He LOST the second hand on my tag heure (see update) | 6. He caused IRREVERSIBLE DAMAGE to my omega watch which he attempted to fix, but ended up making it worse. I didn’t want to waste time arguing with him, so I paid him and took back my watch to prevent further nightmares. | Positives: He is a nice person, and generally friendly, but he himself admitted that he had cataracts in his eye and cannot see clearly. So if you don’t mind someone who is half-blind to fix your watch, then you should use him. | I took my watch Mr. W Watch repair and he was able to lessen the damage, but the scratches on the hands were irreversible. | UPDATE: While he has destroying my omega, I left a tag heure for an estimate at the same time. After I realized what I sham he was, I asked for my tag heure back and cancelled the estimate. It took him 3 days to give it back to me, and when I picked it up, i didn’t notice anything wrong. But after closer examination when I went home, I noticed that the SECOND HAND WAS MISSING! When I showed him the picture, he refused to take responsibility and said “You didn’t notice it when you picked it up.” At that point I had it and I had to write this review. | BOTTOM LINE, I PAID BC Watch Repair to damage my watch. Hopefully, you will not make the same mistake i did.
Name: BC Watch Repair
City: Vancouver, British Columbia
Address: 204-5960 Balsam St