Howard Taylor Rolex 25 comments
Royal Watchery November 9, 2013 @
Every Rolex owner should thank to god there are experts like this. With my hands it would take a century to fit one of those parts in its place.
Lewis Seah November 24, 2013 @
i salute u
unlokia December 16, 2013 @
bruno j campos campos December 25, 2013 @
o loco incrivel
Snurby Henry January 11, 2014 @
I must say I had a date just for the past 12 years it never gave me any bother and only gained 1 minute per week and sold it recently & purchased an explorer 2 I find these videos very informative and the working of the watch seem to go on forever like a never ending dismantling of all things very complicated. I doubt very much I would ever entrust my watch to anyone other than an official Rolex repair center like this person obviously is, a craftsman a magician at play I envy you being so delicate in touch and procedure which is very methodical. Respect.
flavio maia February 2, 2014 @
I think that the watch was poorly lubricated…
hansen4 February 12, 2014 @
Very interesting video, but what was being repaired ? Nothing was mentioned. !!! The video demonstrated how to disassembel a Rolex Oyster Date Chronometer, and how to put it together (speeded up) – My Rolex, bought 12th May l967 still works as when it was new, and is being cleaned and lubricated every 5 years. It is a ROLEX OYSTER-PERPETUAL DATEJUST Superlative Chronometer Officially Certified (printed on the dial), with a white gold bezel.
royston macadam February 20, 2014 @
lallope February 20, 2014 @
Thank you for video. very interesting. An incredible watch that is so under rated is the orient watch. I have had two. After my first I had to get a second. Of course curiosity killed the first. But needless to say my present one if my favorite and it keeps time perfectly. It may loose a few seconds in a week witch is outstanding for any watch regardless of price.
Fernando Mendez Méndez Herrera February 24, 2014 @
Increible, muy buen video
iamtheliberated March 1, 2014 @
Everyone who has made a statement such as “If I’m paying so much for a watch it shouldn’t have any problems”… This is a mechanical watch. It is a mechanical device with tight fitting precision moving parts. Moving parts that are very small and very delicate. Moving parts do gradually wear, and in such a tight fitting configuration are potentially subject to damage from being struck or dropped.
If you’re going to pay anything more than $100 dollars for a watch, you’d best treat it as carefully as you can, and any mechanical watch will need serviced to keep it running optimally. If you abuse such a timepiece, prepare to suffer the consequences.
Dirk Lohse March 2, 2014 @
Ryan Taylor March 2, 2014 @
Vidmary777 March 9, 2014 @
What a BADASS!! (especially with the beat)
Jared L March 30, 2014 @
Freakin Amazing! No wonder they charge so much for repair.
Bender Rodriguez April 8, 2014 @
Where’s the power source ?
Smith Jessy April 21, 2014 @
Yeah, proffesional! Even my watch from buistore is ok, I would like to save this video, because of its amazing skills.
Humberto Zúñiga Núñez May 30, 2014 @
esos engranes de color rojo son de plastico? pastico en un rolex?
Sam Zhang July 23, 2014 @
rgion29247616 September 23, 2014 @
An Extremely a very nice job.
Евгений Герасимов October 22, 2014 @
Старый, советский зек, часовщик. Учил меня такому делу.
pavy415 October 30, 2014 @
Should be titled build your own rolex -_-
April Miraflor January 11, 2015 @
Sang Hyuk Cho January 12, 2015 @
WarOfTed February 16, 2015 @
Only watching such video like this will make you appreciate a good watch ;>