15/50 Elizabeth Way, Elizabeth SA 5112, Australia

Locksmith, Glass Etching Service, Jewelry Repair Service, Key Duplication Service, Luggage Repair Service, Watch Repair Service, Watch Store


(08) 8287 1075

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Amber Tomlinson
Great customer service, and quality engraving.
Julie Grant-Allan
Great service and excellent products from Domenic and Valerie
Business 01
Incredibly rude, I'd rather wipe my rear end with a set of their keys then go there again
Jessica Shipway
Went there for 2 pet tags. Got the worst customer service I've ever had. Didnt even say hello, went straight to "what do you want". Told him he done a wonderful job on the tags and he just looked at me without saying anything and handed me the efpos machine. Really upset as I have been there before and had a great experience, this time was awful.
Graham Courts
Friendly but prices are a bit expensive

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