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Louis-Neil Watchmakers

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(3 Reviews)

9831 Bustleton Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19115

(215) 676-3729

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Today: Closed
Tomorrow: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
35
YEARS
IN BUSINESS
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BBB Rating
A+
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Hours

Regular Hours

SunClosed

Payment method
mastercard, all major credit cards, visa, discover
Neighborhoods
Northeast Philadelphia, Bustleton
AKA

Louis Neal Watchmakers

Categories
Jewelers, Watches, Clock Repair, Watch Repair
Other Information

Parking: Lot, Free

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Specialties: Boxes

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Talma S.

11/16/2017

Overall

We always took our watches for repair, battery changes etc. until his suddenly doubled his prices. It seemed like he just throws prices out of his hat! this time was the last time I go there.

Lorena V.

04/01/2017

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Expertise
Service

I have had 5 of my watches repaired and serviced by Louis- Neil Watchmakers. My watches were repaired and in great condition always!!! I have been a customer for over years now. I am extremely happy with the service I always have received.

jk358829923

06/18/2012

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Editorial review from Citysearch

I just received my watch. The most important thing is that it was fixed. However, I was not pleased with the service at all! Aside from taking over a month to have the watch fixed, the watch was sent back to me taped up in a piece of paper. The watch is important to me and it was sent to them in the original protective box to ensure that it would be kept safe through the mail. The watchmakers notified me that they throw boxes away when they are received. I would like to let everyone know this, as it was not explained to me, in order for others to avoid this. The watch was under warranty, and so I had no other choice but to have it fixed with them.

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