That is fantastic. Did they replace the whole movement or just the parts which typically wear out. Regardless, it is nice to hear that the manufacturer (new owner) serviced the watch for such a reasonable price.I had my fathers watch restored. It was an old 1952 Felca brand, now owned by Titoni. I contacted them and they did a complete rebuild for 60 Swiss francs. Took nearly 2 mo ths to come back but looks brand new and I wear it with pride. So go for it.
Now that is a company that stands behind their product. Indeed, a rare thing nowadays.That was for the postage. The customer service dept said they would honour the life time guarantee on the watch if it was still working on them receiving it. My father looked after it, it was his only gold watch and cost him a weeks wages back when he was in Egypt in the 50's after being in Europe serving with UK forces. He stayed in for 26 years so went all around the world. Titioni replaced the worn parts and jewels, re-guilded the case, repainted the dial and fingers, fitted a new crystal which had to be made from an old pattern apparently, new strap and crown. All the old replaced pieces were also sent back to me. While not a huge watch, well known brand or exciting in the world of horology, its a direct link to my departed dad.