Question about Rolex Datejust SS
I had my watch serviced for the first time last year by EMW's Eric Martin. It only needed the winding crown replaced when I sent it in but he said it needed a inversor wheel as it was worn and could not be warranteed without it. It has worked perfectly until today when it just stopped running. Second hand won't move no matter how much it is wound. I have not yet contacted EMW but was curious if there was a part called a inversor wheel.
Be careful with this guy Eric Martin. I had a similar problem and it ended in a nightmare 1 year ago. google this guy and see how many are complaining about him...
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
I am not positive as to what an Inversor wheel is, I have not heard it mentioned in my 15 years in the watch bushiness. But watchmakers may have there own names for different parts.
Just take it back to them if it is under warranty.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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