Watch Servicing

Watches contain lots of small, moving parts. They are complex instruments and there's always room for something to wear down or stop working. Fortunately, many of these elements are routine to fix, and our experienced, expert workshops are usually able to help. We always provide you with a free quote to repair the watch before we begin any work, so you are able to make an informed decision about whether you'd like to go ahead.

Some high-end watches require regular servicing, so even if the watch is running well, you may want to have it serviced to check everything inside is still working smoothly. If you'd like to discuss with us whether you should consider having your watch serviced, or to ask us about an existing problem with your watch (such as gaining or losing time), please feel free to fill out the 'Contact Us' form, call us on 01702 390909, or send us an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

What do I do if my watch has been exposed to water?

If your watch has been exposed to water, we advise you to call us as quickly as possible. Water inside a watch movement causes more damage the longer it remains inside. Parts will start to rust, and the watch can end up beyond repair. If you have accidentally exposed the inside of your watch to water, please contact us for advice on 01702 390909.