A fine watch can last from generation to generation and still be going strong after 100 years. While the cost goes into consideration, the consumer should also take value and quality into account. In the long run, it's far more economical to buy a good quartz or mechanical watch that will last for years, rather than several inexpensive "disposable" watches.
For maximum efficiency and preservation of value, a fine mechanical watch, like an automobile, needs regular check-up and maintenance. A mechanical watch should be serviced every three to five years, depending on the manufacturer's instruction and the way of the owner wears the watch. A quartz watch should be serviced when a battery change is necessary.
Swiss Watch Repair provides one year warranty on all service repairs.
We are proud members of the American Watchmakers-Clockmakers Institute (AWCI)
SWISS WATCH REPAIR
Serving timepiece to a perfect working condition and refinish to factory perfection is our principle.
Dennis, the owner of Swiss Watch Repair is a professional Swiss factory (Breitling, Cartier, and Rolex) trained watchmaker, and has over 20 years experience in the fine art of watch repair and restoration; specializing in fine watches and super-complicated mechanisms.
Dennis was employed at Mayors Jeweler and Breitling Service Center as a Watchmaker. After years working in the watchmaker field, Dennis has dedicated himself to open his own repair shop to offering the very best quality, precision work and service directly to you. At Swiss Watch Repair, we treat each watch as though it were our own with the utmost dedication, care and attention to detail.
Swiss Watch Repair equipped in a state-of-the-art facility.