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I'm happy you decided to visit my Rolex repair website. I hope you benefit from the information provided. Most importantly, you have a fine Rolex or other watch in need of repair. I have over forty years of experience fixing luxury watches, and I want you to be assured that your Rolex repairs will be done right and I guarantee all my work. Now let me make it easy for you to get your free estimate to repair your fine watch and I will email you a shipping label to print. This way you can get your fine watch to me for expert Rolex watch repair without delay. Thanks again for coming to my website.

Simply call today, or request your free estimate online, and we will get your expert Rolex repair arranged in person, or through the mail. You can rest assured that your timepiece is in the best Rolex repair hands.

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Please note: A free estimate does not mean we are paying for the shipping and insurance required to get your fine watch to and from our Rolex Repair facilities. A free estimate means that we will apply our 40 plus years expertise in Rolex Repair to diagnosing your fine watch and providing you with a cost to repair. You will be billed the exact shipping and insurance charged by UPS or Fedex to our account.

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Do you know how many parts are in the average Rolex Watch? Suffice it to say, there are many. As a master Rolex repair watchmaker with over 40 years in the industry, I know exactly how many, what they do, and how to replace parts with the precision that your fine timepieces deserve. I also have one of the largest supplies of Rolex repair parts on the east coast of the United States.

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Please note: A free estimate does not mean we are paying for the shipping and insurance required to get your fine watch to and from our Rolex Repair facilities. A free estimate means that we will apply our 40 plus years expertise in Rolex Repair to diagnosing your fine watch and providing you with a cost to repair. You will be billed the exact shipping and insurance charged by UPS or Fedex to our account.

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Daniel Craig wears a Rolex to Honor the Legacy of James Bond.

Daniel Craig chooses to wear a Rolex Submariner 6358, even to interviews for the new Bond film Quantum of Solace. When playing James Bond in the film, however, Daniel Craig wears an Omega. Now what exactly is going on here?

With Quantum of Solace predicted to rake in over $60 million dollars on opening weekend, the producers of the new James Bond may not be worrying about the maverick approach of the new 007, Daniel Craig. Then again, maybe they should be listening to the wisdom of their chosen star and honor a great legacy.

Why is Daniel Craig a maverick? Although James Bond wears an Omega in the new films, Daniel Craig chooses to go against the grain of his producers and wears a classic Rolex Submariner 6358 to his interviews and in his personal life. Since Ian Fleming wrote in the original novels that his character James Bond wears a Rolex and Sean Connery always wore a Rolex Submariner 6358 in the early classic films, Daniel Craig pays tribute to these cultural icons by wearing a Rolex. At a recent GQ photo shoot, the entire wardrobe was styled for Daniel Craig, except for one key element: “Watch by Rolex, Craig’s own.”

In addition, at a recent Current.com interview, the writer described Daniel Craig’s entrance like this: “As 007 walks into the room, his charming smile breaks for a second – his right arm is dangling in two black slings. “My shoulder was at the doctor”, he jokes, offering his left hand (adorned with an old Rolex). “Sorry!” And The Daily Mail in the UK commented on the lifestyle choice of the new James Bond: “Daniel Craig owns a version of the original Rolex Submariner worn by Sean Connery in Dr No.”

Even if Omega named their new watch after James Bond and was willing to pay a bundle for the product placement, maybe the producers should respect the awareness shown by their star of the true legacy and history of their character. Throughout his time as 007, Sean Connery was equipped with the Rolex Submariner, which has just celebrated its 50th anniversary this year, and Ian Fleming clearly chose Rolex as the watch worn by his creation. “Daniel Craig likes to tell a story about his watch. It is a Rolex Submariner 6358, an exact replica of the one he remembers Sean Connery wearing in Goldfinger.” (Empire Magazine). Now is the time for the producers of James Bond to follow the lead of their star and honor the legacy of Ian Fleming and Sean Connery — Give 007 back his Rolex.

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Leonard Marshall Testimonial

Leonard Marshall

While playing professional football in New York, I developed quite a list of quality professionals. Many of those relations I maintain to date.

Upon relocating to Florida and being a "nut" for fine watches, I sought high and low to find a great watchman, to service my collection of Rolex and other fine watches.

While grocery shopping one day, I bump into a gentleman who sort of recognized me from my days as a "NY Giant"; he said "hey, aren't you #70" and I chuckled and replied I used to be that guy now I'm just Leonard.

Smiling; we exchanged some information. Over a 10 minute chat he began to tell me about his watch business and the services he offered. As it turned out it was probably the best 10 minute sales job turned success ever, for him and for me. Now I have what I consider to be the best watchmaker looking after all my fine watches, and he has me telling the world how great he is at what he does.

Jeffrey and his staff have serviced jewelry and watches for my family for 15 years now. He has become known as one of South Florida’s finest jewelers and watch enthusiasts. And with his new website, he is making his services available around the country.

My family and I love his work, swear by the service, and trust him implicitly with my prized possessions.

Thank you Rolex Doctor and your staff for all you do for The Marshall's!

Sincerely,

Leonard A Marshall
New York Giants
3 time All NFL
3 time All Pro
NFL Defensive Lineman of the Year 1985-1986
Two Time Super Bowl Champion 1986-1990
Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame 2008
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