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Shipping to Europe for Repair


I have never shipped a watch out of the country to be repaired, but I have to assume that there are standard customs / import / export procedures in place, to address this scenario. I am confident that the person in Europe who would be repairing your watch would be able to guide you through the process.



: Jeff wrote:

: "I hope that this has been helpful in addressing alternatives
: for international payments. I will try to write another posting
: about shipping and import / export when time permits."

: I am very interested in the shipping aspect of this thread. Mine,
: from the point of view of shipping a watch overseas (Belgium) to
: have it repaired and returned.
: When you get a chance to add your thoughts on shipping, if you can
: add what you ( or anyone else) knows about this topic, I would
: appreciate it.

: 1. Best and most secure to ship a watch overseas.
: 2. Tax and import\export\customs challenges involved in it being
: sent to be repaired and returned.

: Thanks ahead of time!
: Bob B

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