If your watch is in running condition, minor repairs such as replacing a damaged crystal or crown, battery service including water-resistance testing, and bracelet repair or bracelet adjustment can be performed without a complete service. I have two decades of experience. Your watch is in capable hands.
When your quartz or mechanical watch stops running, or otherwise frustrates you, it may be time for an overhaul. The watch movement is taken apart completely, cleaned, oiled and adjusted. The case and bracelet are refinished and gaskets are replaced. Water-resistance is tested for all watches rated 'water-resistant'.
Family heirlooms, antique pocket watches, and heavily damaged or rusted watches often require attention beyond a complete movement overhaul. Designing and fabricating of replacement parts for ancient, rare, or extremely damaged watches takes time, but may be the only way to save your unique watch.
Polishing, or 'refinishing' the watch case & bracelet is part of a complete service, but you may only need the bracelet repaired or the finish restored. Satin or high-gloss, two-tone, stainless steel or solid gold, I can bring back the appearance and function of your bracelet & case.
When your unique timepiece is due for repair, I am here. I service most alarm watches, split-seconds chronographs, yacht timers, car clocks and many other types of unique watches. A complicated watch needs care and attention to detail.