I still have a halt on accepting any new customers I’m afraid, I think I seriously underestimated the length of the service backlog. As soon as I get it down to an acceptable level you’ll hear it here first.
Once again, apologies and thanks for your patience! 🙂
The prices listed below cover most popular calibres but if yours doesn’t fall into any of these categories please ask.
|Manual wind date/no date shock protected||£107|
|Manual wind date/no date non shock protected||£117|
|Automatic date/no date||£117|
|Automatic date/no date GMT||£127|
|Manual wind chronograph date/no date||£202|
|Automatic chronograph date/no date||£232|
|Modular chronograph (Dubois-Depraz etc)||£252|
|Seiko 6138 twin register chronograph||£162|
|Seiko 6139 single register chronograph||£137|
|Premium brand* manual/automatic date/no date||£152|
|Premium brand* Automatic date/no date GMT||£182|
|Quartz date/no date||£107|
|Battery change||from £25|
The above prices are for a full movement service only, and don’t include replacement parts or return postage. Any additional work costs £35 per hour and after the first hour is charged to the nearest half hour.
If you don’t need your watch servicing but do need a repair or a new crystal fitting then please contact me for a price.
With quartz watches, especially newer ones it actually works out cheaper (a lot cheaper in some cases) to replace the whole movement with a new one as opposed to servicing the existing one but I’ll always let you know what your options are when you enquire.
Servicing a front loading watch, for example a vintage Seiko 6159-7001, a CWC W10, various Tuna models or whatever will add £25 to the service cost, this is purely because they can add up to an hour of time when on final test as every adjustment needs the movement uncasing then re-casing.
Return postage costs are listed on the FAQ page.
*Premium brands are the likes of Rolex, Panerai, Cartier etc.