We recommend that you have your watch serviced every three to five years, however, this can vary depending on the watch brand. Please check with the manufacturer of your watch.
Each movement is completely overhauled and the case and bracelet is meticulously refinished to restore its lustre. Timekeeping accuracy and water-resistance are rigorously tested to guarantee the level of quality and reliability.
The bracelet is detached from the watch case. The case is opened and the movement removed. The case is then completely disassembled.
CLEANING THE MOVEMENT
The movement is dismantled and each component cleaned.
REPLACEMENT OF COMPONENTS
The watchmaker closely examines each individual component of the movement and identifies which components require replacement. Only genuine replacement parts are used.
LUBRICATION AND REASSEMBLY
Using the most advanced lubricants, each component of the movement is carefully lubricated to minimise friction and prevent wear. This ensures that the movement of timepiece will continue to perform accurately.
To ensure timekeeping precession, the watchmaker meticulously adjusts the balance wheel and electronically tests its timing accuracy. Your watch is then thoroughly tested and observed over a period of several days to check performance.
REFINISHING THE CASE AND BRACELET
After initial cleaning, the case and bracelet of your watch are closely examined and any worn or damaged components replaced. Your case and bracelet are then expertly refinished and cleaned to restore its finish.