Please note- Shipping for watches greater than $100 will require shipping insurance from UPS. Please note the value of the watch in the special instructions box and a 2.5%(estimated) cost will be added to the cost of your watch repair/battery replacement
You Send to Us
We will send you a mailing label to send your watch to our repair facility and then we will mail it back to you after the repair is completed.
Simply, print our the label, securely and safely package your watch in an envelope and send it to our repair facility.
White Glove Service
Shipping to and from our repair facility Timely and comprehensive communications 1 Year warranty on all our services
This pricing includes shipping to and from your home, free estimate and evaluation and the following additional services for your watch.
We visualize the watch to make sure there is nothing else that might need to be addressed We Replace the Battery Air Clean the inside of the watch to remove dust and other particulates Properly seal your watch
Since 1992, we have been servicing, repairing and restoring Modern and Vintage, electronic, Solar, Mechanical and Quartz. Swiss, Japanese American we have repaired and serviced them all.
Basic repairs include crystal and battery replacements. We can also help find the right strap or bracelet to complement the look of your watch.
If your watch is not keeping proper time or has stopped running altogether, we can perform a movement service to bring it back to running condition. Regardless of your needs, we're ready to help.
Most watches are powered by batteries. These need to be replaced every 2-3 years. When you send in your watch fro a battery replacement we do more than that
I really like this watch. After I finally got it fully charged and tried to wear it, no matter how much force I applied to the clasp, I could not close it. After contacting customer service a replacement clasp was sent but the sane issue existed with the new clasp. Out of desperation I wrapped the clasp and band with the plastic bag that the clasp was sent to me in and applied the pressure with pliars. It finally appears to be closed. I was smart enough to adjust it to a slip-on bracelet style so that the stress of this doesn’t occur every time I need to remove my watch. I hope the clasp holds now. We will see. This is my first day to wear it.