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by Jeff on Cleveland Watch Repair
11967 Benruss military watch

My watch was the1967 Benrus DTU-2A/P MIL-W-3818B he recently serviced. I have to say it turned out perfect. The watch probably runs better than it did in March of 1967 when it was manufactured. He listened to my request and left the dial as is while sealing the lume in the hands from the bottom side to prevent flaking and shedding of the old tritium lume. I can't get over with how well the watch is running. I'll be sending it back to him for service in 5 to 7 years. A great communicator as well, you can't go wrong.

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by Anthony Kremer on Cleveland Watch Repair
Excellent Work - 1930s Mickey Mouse Ingersoll

Randall did an excellent job repairing and restoring a 1930s Mickey Mouse Ingersoll watch that once belonged to my grandfather. The watch was in pretty bad shape, but Randall thoroughly explained to me what was needed to get the watch back in working order. He kept in regular contact with me throughout the repair process and answered all of the questions I had during and after the process. Randall clearly enjoys his work, and I would have no hesitation going to him again in the future for another watch repair.

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by Andrew Hanwell on Cleveland Watch Repair
Another Fantastic Job: Seiko 6309-8059

This is the fifth timepiece Randall has worked on for me and I do not have enough good things to say about his work. His communication is always prompt and detailed; work like this takes time and attention. This Seiko belonged to my dearly departed grandfather so having it on the wrist and looking great is exceptional.

If you have an old watch you'd like running again or a family heirloom that deserves special care, Cleveland Watch Repair is the place to go.

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by Evangeline Benson on Cleveland Watch Repair
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My family are so happy to have their great-grandfather’s Alton 1909 pocket watch back in running condition. And the dial is so nice now that it has been replaced. Thank you for the time and effort you expended in making it live again.

by Matt McGarr on Cleveland Watch Repair
Excellent advice

Randall was awesome we emaild a few times back and forth,he answered all my question and went completly above and beyond with all the information he gave me. Thank you Randall it is very much appreciated.

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by Gary Harding on Cleveland Watch Repair
Pocket Watches

I have been sending my Pocket Watches in to Cleveland Watch Repair for about 5 years now, I only trust Randall for all my watch needs, and so can you. Randall is the Best there is, your watches will come back like New. Thank you Randall

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by Joseph Miller on Cleveland Watch Repair
Excellent Service

Randall restored a 1923 Illinois pocket watch that was passed down from my grandfather. This is the second watch that he has restored for me. He did a great job on both making them look brand new. Randall kept me informed and did everything in a very honest and professional way. I highly recommend his services. Very pleased with his work!

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by Patrick B Matheny on Cleveland Watch Repair
Beautiful Timing

The Watch Master Randall has done an amazing job on an 1896 railroad pocket watch. Cleaning, maintenance, and even taking out dents, he is a craftsman. I would highly recommend the Cleveland Watch Repair to anyone. Thank You Randall

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by George Booth on Cleveland Watch Repair
Seiko Pogue

I told Randall for over a year that I was going to send in my Seiko Pogue. Finally, I got around to it and it turned out amazing. My granddad gave me this watch and he passed away over a year ago. It means a lot to me that Randall was able to repair and overhaul this watch to the degree that he did. It now keeps great time and looks great for the age of the watch. Thank you Randall!

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by Keith on Cleveland Watch Repair
Seiko Pogue Refurbish

Randall refurbished my father's Okinawa PX '71 Seiko 6139 series (Pogue) for me. Watch looked crummy beforehand. Wrong crystal, scratched, stopwatch inop, wasn't consistently running. He cleaned and rehab'd the movement, replaced a part or two, new (correct) crystal, re-lumed, repaired the stopwatch function and gently polished the case. After all his work, not only does it run and operate as it should, but it looks beautiful! Like I have a different watch. Very please with the work. Would use him again in a heartbeat!

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