Watch Repair Services
At our company, all of our watches come with a 1-year warranty starting from the date of purchase. This warranty covers any mechanical damages that may occur during normal use, provided that the watch was used as directed in the instruction manual.
To address the repair needs of watches that have exceeded the warranty period or require servicing after several years, we have compiled a list of trusted watch repairers for your convenience.
We recommend contacting them directly to inquire about their skills, pricing, and the specific services they offer. This will help you make an informed decision based on your watch's requirements.
Determining When to Service Your Mechanical Watch:
Tightness in Setting or Changing Time and Date: If you experience difficulties in adjusting the time and date, it may be an indication that your watch requires servicing.
Short Power Reserve for Automatic Watches: If your automatic watch stops within a day after a full 8 hours of use, it is recommended to have it serviced.
Considerable Time Gain: When your watch starts gaining noticeable amounts of time, it serves as an early indication that it is due for servicing.
Considerable Time Loss: If your watch begins losing significant amounts of time, it is a clear indication that it requires immediate servicing.
Complete Failure or Malfunction: If your watch stops functioning entirely or any part of its functions fails, it is broken and in need of repair.
Regular Wear for 3-4 Years: For watches that have been worn regularly over a period of 3-4 years, it is generally recommended to have them serviced.
It's important to note that Skywatches assumes no liability for any losses or damages incurred as a result of engaging with the listed service providers. Please exercise your discretion and make your own judgment when selecting a watch repairer.
List of Watch Repairers (Updated: 2 July 2023)