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They are great. Needed a simple repair in a watch and they took care of it quickly and helped solve a constant problem with a watch!
These guys are experts. I dropped off a 13-year old watch with a broken clasp, scratches, scuffs and loose links. I picked up a watch that looks brand new and it was serviced and sealed so it will last me another decade.
Over the years, my father in law trusted Universal with all his expensive watches. My husband has taken several watches there for reconditioning. I am impressed with this family owned company.
My beautiful vintage Rolex looks new!!! Thank you so much for the beautiful work-
They repaired one of my automatic's and it's running better than when it was new.
Universal Watch did an excellent job of restoring my pocket watch. They spent many dedicated hours working on it until it was in mint condition. They were able to do renovations that no other watch repair shops could. I give them my highest recommendation!
All wrist watches require service or repair from time to time. Watch repair services and service providers can vary greatly, so aBlogtoWatch decided to help create a tool that can locate the right one for you. By providing some basic information about the brand, model and issue, we can help find the nearest service centre that we have vetted and approved.
We are collectors ourselves, and the Watch Repair tool will only connect you to ABTW Approved watchmakers that we would use ourselves.
How do you know if your watch needs service?
Sometimes the need for repair is obvious. You drop your watch and crack the crystal, or your watch stops functioning. In these cases, you may need a replacement part combined with some service re-adjustments. If your watch is relatively new and ceases to function, we advise that you first check to see if your issue is covered by warranty. But if your watch is no longer covered, the ABTW Approved Watch Repair tool to the right may the best place to start.
Also, if you’ve had and worn the same watch for decades, it may be worth preventative maintenance to ensure it keeps running well into the future. Or perhaps you have acquired a watch that is damaged and needs some special restoration. Lastly, a routine service may be a good measure to take before you sell or trade the watch privately.
Whatever your specific needs are, we will connect you with an approved service partner, and help get your beloved watch up and running again.