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ross-456

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Just a quick question...
Will a Rolex be checked against the lost/stolen register when it goes to the service centre for a service?

I assume it would, as I can't imagine Rolex would want to work on a watch that wasn't in the correct ownership.

Can anyone clarify? Thanks.

aeropilot

8,911 posts

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Yes.

Markp13

422 posts

46 months

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Yes it would, so give it back to the guy you took it off.

Ikemi

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91 months

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Is there something you're not telling us? hehe

Dominic H

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118 months

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Yes, all watches returned for service are checked against the lost/stolen register.

DH
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Miguel Alvarez

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56 months

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Markp13 said:
Yes it would, so give it back to the guy you took it off.
lol.

ross-456

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168 posts

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Good to know, thanks for the replys.

I didn't get my Explorer II checked when I purchased it (privately) because I knew the seller.
But I did get it serviced at Bexley a couple of months ago, so all's well.

sneijder

5,034 posts

120 months

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They've identified bodies from a Rolex serial number in the past ........

LHD

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sneijder said:
They've identified bodies from a Rolex serial number in the past ........
Really?

Jesus...

LukeBird

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LHD said:
sneijder said:
They've identified bodies from a Rolex serial number in the past ........
Really?

Jesus...
Presumably sneijder is referring to the chap who was found off the South Coast (I think his body was dumped in the sea) and when his body was found they worked out who he was by his Submariner and worked out an approximate time of death based on when it had wound down.

aeropilot

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LHD said:
sneijder said:
They've identified bodies from a Rolex serial number in the past ........
Really?

Jesus...
Don't think Rolex was around in his era...... hehe

Edited by aeropilot on Saturday 8th January 11:08

Mr MoJo

4,695 posts

102 months

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aeropilot said:
LHD said:
sneijder said:
They've identified bodies from a Rolex serial number in the past ........
Really?

Jesus...
Don't think Rolex was around in his era...... hehe

Edited by aeropilot on Saturday 8th January 11:08
hehe

pikeyboy

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100 months

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Yeah a guy who I know had a sub serviced which he bought from a rather dubious source and they sent it back to the insurnace company of the previous owner as it was listed as stolen.

MarsellusWallace

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pikeyboy said:
Yeah a guy who I know had a sub serviced which he bought from a rather dubious source and they sent it back to the insurnace company of the previous owner as it was listed as stolen.
Sounds like they do get recovered every now and again.Does anyone know if the register is international or does each country have its own?(ie if a stolen watch goes abroad and into Rolex for something then it doesnt appear on that countries lost/stolen register)

aeropilot

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MarsellusWallace said:
pikeyboy said:
Yeah a guy who I know had a sub serviced which he bought from a rather dubious source and they sent it back to the insurnace company of the previous owner as it was listed as stolen.
Sounds like they do get recovered every now and again.Does anyone know if the register is international or does each country have its own?(ie if a stolen watch goes abroad and into Rolex for something then it doesnt appear on that countries lost/stolen register)
It's international, stolen database is managed by Rolex HQ in Geneva IIRC.
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