A routine complete maintenance or complete overhaul includes the following:
Complete dismantling of watch and movement followed by careful inspection of all components
Cleaning and replacement (at additional cost) or repair of worn or damaged movement parts, as needed, using genuine parts
Reassembly of movement, oiling of jewels, and calibration of timing mechanism
Polishing & refinishing of case & bracelet, unless otherwise instructed
Rigorous quality control and testing for 72 hours, including timekeeping, water resistance test to factory specifications, and visual inspection
Two years warranty, certain restrictions may apply
Mechanical and automatic watches differ significantly from digital ones. For mechanical timepieces - whether those wound manually or automatic ones, need expert care. However, these watches are manufactured using countless tiny parts, each moving in synergy. These nuts and bolts require regular lubrication to ensure optimum performance and minimal friction and wear on the movement.
If your timepiece is not keeping the proper time or if it has stopped, we can help repair it through a movement service. This will help return the watch to its former glory. For all mechanical watches, an overhaul service is needed whenever the watch is not working or whenever you notice an operating issue.
If you suspect your watch has an issue, you can reach out, and one of our experts will help look at it. Remember not to tamper with the timepiece as it may lead to further damage. Instead, let a professional handle it.