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| || |Exactly, its just a Swatch at the end of the day hence why I didn't want to pay an arm and a leg at an Omega dealer.
Anyway, I hope this guy has sufficient yellow laser juice because I'm going to need that topping up too
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That's a bit like saying that a skoda is just like an audi because at the end of the day, they are all made by VW. Its true that the ETA movement is same/ similar to that used in other brands of watch, but the construction and movement in a Swatch (which are all quartz movements for a start) has little to do with a Seamaster.
There are two key parts to the service: lubricating the movement, and secondly making sure it is correctly resealed in the case. I would never have a service at the price they charge just to get the lubricants done... if it stops keeping time then send it in... the lubricants will have gunged up.
The sealing is what you are preoccupied by. Just make sure they have the right test equipment, not all repairers have the right kit to properly check a 30bar/300m rated watch.