Question about Stainless Fendi Gents Watch Quadro 6050 F605110 Steel Case, Steel Ff Bracelet Watch for Men

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I have a watch movement and I need someone that can make a stainless steel case for this movement. Please, help me to find it. I've trying for so long ! thanks, Paul Miller

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Sure I know of two places for sure that can help you make a custom case for your movement (it's odd but both happen to be in Arizona):

Sedona Watch Works
PO Box 2727
Sedona, AZ 86339
928-282-0645 or 1-800-447-7684

or

Tom Gref
PO Box 69151
Tucson, AZ 85737

ph 520.818.3382


Let me know if you dont have success, I know others.

Tim

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