Inherited a platinum perpetual calendar premiere Harry Winston

 By: Horology75 : May 25th, 2021-14:29
Before it was handed over to me , it has been submerged in 7ft deep swimming pool and fell off the wrist while the jump was made accidentally..

Now the dial is spoilt and even the original strap ripped from the lugs . Next stop would be the boutique where it deserves complete overhaul and new dial. I wonder how much would it cost and how long will it take ..hmm

Ouch, sorry to hear that! It's a gorgeous piece, hope it will soon be back in perfect shape and on your wrist! ;-)

 By: FabR : May 25th, 2021-14:56

Yikes, what happened to that watch? Seems like it has an interesting story to tell!

 By: patrick_y : May 25th, 2021-15:22
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Well, as it is an inherited watch, I guess it is worth the effort.

 By: amanico : May 25th, 2021-16:16

Only if you actually want the watch.

 By: mkvc : May 25th, 2021-16:29
Or are willing to sell it, although I don't know if its secondary market value would be equal to what HW would charge to fix it.
It's important not to let an expense be imposed on you just because someone gave you a present. If the same expenditure would get you a watch you like more, you should certainly consider that when making your decision.

It’s always painful to see this happen even accidentally

 By: Time to watch : May 25th, 2021-16:57
I would definitely look into how much it would cost to fix from HW.
If the cost doesn’t make sense, from a value perspective then I would consider 
third party customization to make it work and look unique. 
Good luck

That needs indeed a nice spa treatment.

 By: Watchonthewrist : May 25th, 2021-17:09
Not sure what it will cost but the watch deserves it imho.

I agree , retrograde , perpetual calendar and platinum makes it special

 By: Horology75 : May 25th, 2021-18:44

Even if the HW case style was never totally my thing I think this is a very cool watch...

 By: ChristianDK : November 23rd, 2021-09:00
I quite like the dial also....
I think it will be a pricey rebuild but Im sure they can give you estimate on it. 
I once paid a visit to a PP service center where they did a rebuild of a flooded PP5980. It was only the case and bracelet they decided to reuse. From that day on I decided to never bring a watch in the water again. Even my Rolexes. Its just not worth it.