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If your mechanical watch is running more than 1 to 2 minutes fast or slow it may be time for an overhaul

Complete overhaul

  • Complete disassembly of the watch. completely disassembled,
    cleaned, oiled, and timed using state of the art equipment.
  • Clean all moving parts with specialized cleaning solvents.
  • Proper lubrication with only the highest grade lubricants and
    oils during the reassembly process.
  • Thorough testing of accuracy. Your watch is tested to our
    exacting standards over a period of 72 hours to assure
    accuracy, water resistance, and proper operation of all
    functionality. (Overhaul – Lubricants, Gaskets, Sealing,
    Regulation, MISC testing)

Optional Services

  • Replacement/repair of the bezel.
  • Replacement of the crystal if necessary.
  • Repairing or replacing the watch dial.
  • Restoration or replacement of watch hands.

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Testimonials

Thousands of satisfied customers have come to WatchRepair.net for watch repair services.
Read what others have to say about our service.

Emilio Bacon

Westland, MI

Sent my day-date to get service. I knew the watch had issue when I added diamonds in the lugs of the watch. The jeweler told me that the bezel I had been glued one and did not past the pressure test. Didn’t think about it over the summer. Sent my day-date to watchrepair.net to get service. I thought it would be an easy service but it needed more work than expected. Jeff, told me the issue that the old glued on bezel was causing and how the watch needed a complete overhaul and a new bezel. He gave me a good deal on the new bezel with the assurance that it would have gaskets for pressure proof. It took three weeks but was well worth. I love the new bezel on the watch. I truly appreciate what watchrepair.net did to my watch. Highly recommend their services.

Gary Scott

Clinton, IL

Jeff,

My timepiece has arrived Christmas Eve as promised. With all the activity happening I haven’t had time to take it all in. I will agree with your observation: The watch is in amazing condition and the addition of the stainless bracelet has resulted in a classic sporty watch transforming in to an elegant and sophisticated piece.

Many, many thanks to you and your staff. A job well done.

I will find a minute over the holidays to make more detailed observations and write a follow up.

Gary D. Scott

national-geographic

If Your Watch Could Talk What Would it Say

Even if you only explore your universe within, life is an incredible adventure. But for those who embody the perpetual quest for doing things only imagined, for those who are simply destined to rise to the top, they prefer a timepiece that will never let them down – while making a statement, too.

If your watch could talk, what would it say? Would it tell tales of great triumphs at the pinnacle of your profession, or talk of the tough lessons that come with living life on your own terms? Would it walk us down the road less traveled, ascend to the world’s highest peak, or share discoveries at the depths of the deepest oceans?

Would it dare to explain the scuff marks, dings, and dents it endured all along the way, offering a tangible tour of your life, like hieroglyphic signs of moments that might otherwise never be remembered?

Perhaps most telling would be the moment you decided to pass on your treasured timepiece to a loved one – just as National Geographic Photojournalist William Thompson did this year. For his son Parker’s 30th birthday, he handed down his Rolex Explorer with the hopes that one day Parker would continue the tradition with his own son.

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William Thompson

Life and Times

With an a Master of Fine Arts diploma in one hand and an Anthropology PhD in the other, William Thompson discovered a way to parlay his passion for mountaineering into a fascinating career as a photojournalist – using the camera lens as his ultimate “paintbrush.”

Thompson worked for 12 years with National Geographic, having created the first and only complete aerial coverage of Mt. Everest for the magazine. Other exotic assignments involved traveling via yak train through the Bhutanese Himalaya, living with pygmies in deep of Africa, and photographing the Asian elephant on its tragic path toward extinction.

His commercial image work includes major campaigns for Wells Fargo, Leo Burnett, Starbucks, Marlboro, Boeing, United Airlines, Intel, and Holland America.

Today, Thompson lives in a 90-year old log home near the waters of Puget Sound – and still finds adventure in climbing. Fee free to reach out to William via the following points of contact:

William Thompson Photograph/Film
15566 Sandy Hook Rd. NE
Poulsbo, WA
360-908-2000
williamthompson@aol.com