Contacting Chronocentric and zOwie
Chronocentric's editor can try to answer your questions and appreciates comments on anything on the
Chronocentric site. Before contacting us, please read through our article on Who to Contact
for More Information. While we like hearing from our readers, we prefer that you go straight to
the right source for the types of answers that you need. For many types of queries, contacting the
editor of Chronocentric is not the right path to get the answers you are seeking. That's
why we prepared the article Who to Contact for More Information
to help you.
Try to be as specific as possible in your message. Remember, when we receive it, we cannot read
your thoughts, see the watch in your hand or know what you were clicking on or trying to do on the site.
So you have to clearly convey in your message enough details to give us a reasonable idea of your
situation and what help you are looking for us to give you. We are here to help! But we get a surprising number
of contacts that are helplessly vague on details, don't state a specific question or are otherwise difficult
if not impossible to understand or answer.
When trying to describe your watch, information such as the year purchased new, specific
model, movement and a photograph are often vital in identifying it specifically. While we understand
you are trying to be descriptive, pretty much all watches sound alike when you are merely describing
the external appearance.
Chronocentric is not a representative of any watch manufacturer.
We do not buy or sell any watches, have any watch parts or repair knowledge, or have information or literature
to send you. We do not have the resources to tell you the age or value of your watch. Most of what we
know has been compiled into the articles on this site for you to read at your convenience--so make sure you
have read through and searched the site for the answers to most common questions first.