Service or not to service that is the question?

To service or not to service is a dilemma I’m facing right now. I purchased this Amonimo Militare a few months back, preowned. It was running notoriously fast, and I demagnetized it. And then it calmed down and kept good time, but only when you’re wearing it, and moving around. I’ve been quoted anywhere from 500 to 800 for a full service on it. But I picked up another phenomenal deal on a Ball hydrocarbon chronograph another reasonably high dollar watch, which now puts that one on the back burner again. There’s only one authorized service center left in the US. They told me if I didn’t get it in that parts might be difficult to find in the near future. What do those that know better thoughts? Should I bite the bullet and get it done now or can I curtail this?

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The risk of waiting is that it may get more expensive and harder to get parts. That’s a great looking watch.

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I don’t service. When my watch stops working, I’ll send it in.

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Those earlier Anonimo's are great watches and very limited numbers made. Definitely worth getting it serviced, if needed.