introducing: is specialized in aftermarket parts for brands like Breitling, Omega, Panerai, Rolex, Tudor and ETA movements. It can be a good starting point to source parts for doing a custom job on a watch.

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  1. Jay Levy says:

    I ordered 3 linksfor my seamaster Omega diver pro watch band .links were 20 m/m wide , 4 m/m thick.
    the ebay listing # 3102687854753. It arrived yesterday 11/18/10. I went to a watch store- high end and they could install them because they were too narrow in the center .I then went to an Omega service center and they could not make them fit. They had one link in the store and oit fit easily. It was the same size as (yours) eWatchParts’ except that the center was slightly wider..
    Therefore I would like a full refund I am mailing it out saturday 11/20/10.
    I tried to call (your) eWatchParts’ contact # 832-6134630 and a young lady in a recorded message said we are unable to take your call at this time. iI tried all day and evening with the same results.
    Jay Levy

    • Pancho Sanza says:

      Dear Mr. Levy,

      I am sorry to hear about your disappointing experience with However, I need to point that this blog is in now way connected to them. I have tried to contact them myself to make sure they took heed of your claims, but as far as I have witnessed to this day, their Website has been displaying an error message since November 21st, 2010. If you made the payment through Paypal, you can claim a refund based on the fact that the product didn’t fit the description.

      Yours sincerely,
      François J.

  2. Jim says:

    ewatchparts AKA wholesaleoutlet990 and watchbandman50 on ebay are notorious for selling parts that are not compatible or of reputable quality.

    best advice is to stay away

  3. Mike Dioguardi says:

    Add another to the exact same complaint list. I distictly ordered a 20mm wide leather band. They sent me a bant too small, clearly marked 19 mm. I wrote about the problem. They refered me to an invoice and instruction card that neither esisted with my errant order. They said, just return the item with the invoice for a replacement. I felt as though if it was their error, I should not have to pay for the postage of a return. Since they will no longer correspond on this mailing issue, I am skeptical that I will every get the item ordered, especially since I never got a sales reciept that they seem to need. I decided iinstead to contact my credit card and have them cancel the sale. If and when EWP aka Ewatchparts (and not the same as this web site) sends me the proper sized band, I will then return the original and allow the payment to take place. I dislike doing business with people who do things half baked. This seems to be one of those.

  4. Mark says:

    Do you have a quartz movement for a lady date just Rolex steel and gold
    Please email me back and tell me what to order

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