Ship watches to: Mark Sirianni, 25 Fraley St., Kane, PA 16735
Before you send your watch in for repair, print this form and make sure you include it in the package with your watch.
Once I receive your watch, I will call or email with an estimate for the cost of repairs.
- DO NOT send your watch in any box or packing material that you want returned.
- DO NOT ship your watch in a padded envelope.
- ALWAYS put the watch in a BOX for shipping.
- Before you send your watch in for repair, print the above form and make sure you include the form in the package with the watch.
Please include your name, address, phone number, e-mail address and any information concerning the watch’s problem.
Please keep in mind that when I give you an estimate, I DO NOT take your watch completely apart at this time. I open the case and examine the movement to make sure that it winds, sets, the auto looks to be working as it should etc. I check to see if there is visible rust damage, missing screws etc. Once you give me the OK to proceed, I then take the watch completely apart, remove the dial and hands etc. At this point, I may find a problem that was not visible during the first inspection and I will contact you to describe the problem and the cost to make these additional repairs.