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Your Rolex is a complicated piece of machinery, and much like your automobile it will need regular servicing. On average it is recommended between 3- 7 years and this is mainly due to the lubricants that are within the whole movement drying up and affecting the many tiny moving parts within your Rolex watch.

A typical full service “COA” can take 3 to 5 weeks. Occasionally we may need longer depending on what parts are needed to be ordered from Rolex. We appreciate your patience as we want to make sure your Rolex is serviced properly.

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  • Warranty - This warranty applies to the movement of the watch only. Watch movements are warrantied to perform as described in the BeckerTime item description during the warranty period. This warranty does not include the battery, strap, links, clasp, springbars, case, crown, bezel, dial, hands, screws, crystal and/or diamonds. Damage to a watch due to accident, neglect or mistreatment is not covered by this warranty. Also not included is the loss or theft of the watch or any damage done by loss or theft. Damage caused by fire, pressure, water, or natural disaster is not covered. This warranty does not cover any water damage-including, but not limited to crystal fogginess, movement damage, dial or bezel damage, seals, gaskets, liquid penetration and any issues pertaining to water. Repairs, alterations, tampering, substitution and/or addition of parts, custom work and/or modification of any kind done without prior written consent from BeckerTime and not performed by BeckerTime will void this warranty. This warranty replaces the original manufacturers warranty. This warranty is non-transferable.
  • Water Resistance - We do not guarantee the water resistance of any watch. Although we may pressure test a watch prior to being shipped, we do not guarantee any watch to be waterproof or water resistant and do not cover any water issues under any type of warranty. Preowned watches (especially vintage watches many decades old) can permanently lose their ability to be water resistant or become less water resistant (compared to when it was new) over time. Many daily life factors can also contribute to a watch not being water resistant such as, but not limited to bumping, hitting or dropping a watch, accidentally damaging the crystal, or leaving the crown unscrewed near water. Statistically, this can happen to even the most careful of watch wearers. We recommend taking your watch off before getting in showers, saunas, hot tubs, and steam rooms as they are not good for the water resistance of any timepiece.


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Very positive experience with this seller. Will definitely do business with again in the future. Shipping time was a...

Armen Essayan

I just purchased my 4th or 5th watch from Matt at BeckerTime. I had a spot in my collection that I...

Chris K.

I bought a Rolex President years ago from Beckertime. I recently asked them to assist me with my watch and...


Beautiful watch, keeps perfect time. Packed well, shipped quickly, arrived timely without issues.

Edward S.

Best buying experience ever! Responded to all my questions and concerns and delivered as promised...


Excellent buying experience. Great product. Arrived early after authentication. Highly recommended seller.


The watch looked even better than shown. Great communication. Packaging was phenomenal. This is...

Ryan R.

BeckerTime was an absolute pleasure to deal with. He was very knowledgeable about the Rolex watches and...

Larry Hakim

Reputable, phenomenal service, great watches, reasonable prices. I’ve bought 2 watches from them.