Announcement

Collapse

Please Consider Supporting RWI Today!

We depend on Supporter & Patron subscriptions to pay the bills. Please consider supporting RWI TODAY, CLICK HERE for info on how to subscribe.
See more
See less

Problem Getting Gen Parts from a AD

Collapse
X
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

    Problem Getting Gen Parts from a AD

    I am trying to purchase a bezel insert and band for a Tudor Black Bay and ADs that are local to me will only order them if they put eyes on the watch first. Couldnt explain why other than its policy. Does anyone know of a source for these parts other than a AD?

    #2
    It's not a policy or whatsoever, they just make it up, and get rid of you. They are only interested if your looking to purchase a watch. Most of the staff at the ADs are not even a watch enthusiast, just a regular worker in sales business. They may even not understand why you want spare parts.


    Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

    Comment


      #3
      Originally posted by Tusubasa View Post
      It's not a policy or whatsoever, they just make it up, and get rid of you. They are only interested if your looking to purchase a watch. Most of the staff at the ADs are not even a watch enthusiast, just a regular worker in sales business. They may even not understand why you want spare parts.


      Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
      No, it's official policy at Rolex/Tudor - avoids having gen parts mounted on fake watches which is problematic for the maker.
      Vintage Rolex Builds: http://s1341.photobucket.com/user/tripdog/library/

      Comment


        #4
        Originally posted by tripdog View Post

        No, it's official policy at Rolex/Tudor - avoids having gen parts mounted on fake watches which is problematic for the maker.
        Never knew it was a policy, I thought they just didn't interested supplying gen parts


        Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

        Comment


          #5
          Originally posted by Tusubasa View Post
          It's not a policy or whatsoever, they just make it up, and get rid of you. They are only interested if your looking to purchase a watch. Most of the staff at the ADs are not even a watch enthusiast, just a regular worker in sales business. They may even not understand why you want spare parts.


          Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
          I would really appreciate not passing on bs information like that? None of the factories are supposed to give out parts and for most parts, it’s replacement only.


          TitleistRolex: my question wasn't to ask "Hey QueDick can you tell any flaws of this watch or that watch?!"
          RM#1:
          I’ll give you my cell and FaceTime me and I’ll show you wealth you petty lil child



          QFOAHDT

          Comment

          Working...
          X