Watch repairsHome › Forum › Chat Forum › Watch repairsOverviewBike ForumChat ForumFor SaleWantedForum HelpClassified RulesViewing 11 posts - 1 through 11 (of 11 total)Watch repairs HolyzeusMemberFor you watch collectors/experts out there, where is best to get a watch serviced? Cheers, Bal Posted 5 years ago scott_mcavennie2MemberAuthorized dealer or chealwatches if the ad cost makes you baulk. Posted 5 years ago SaccadesMemberdepends on the watch surely?I’m getting a new movement fitted at the local watchmakers, but it’s a 250 quid wedding present for work and not something super expensive. Posted 5 years ago HolyzeusMemberCheers for quick reply, its an old Paketa so not worth anything but its immaculate and i love it Posted 5 years ago benzMemberTry Steve at Rytetime.C Heal a bit hit or miss. Posted 5 years ago DT78MemberIt is actually not that hard to do yourself if you are patient and have some time. Posted 5 years ago HolyzeusMemberDT78, i have neither! Posted 5 years ago DT78MemberNo worries, I like playing with mechanical things – if it isn’t a very valuable watch I would google around for a local independent. No point in taking into a high street jewellers, all they will do is send it off, takes ages and charge a premium. Posted 5 years ago kiloSubscriberThere used to be lots on proper watch repairers on clerkenwell road ec1, not been there for a while they may have been priced out of the area now Posted 5 years ago HolyzeusMemberCheers for the replies guys, will try Rytetime Posted 5 years ago toppers3933Memberi use my next door neighbour. he is a high end watch repairer for a lot of jewellers around the country. Posted 5 years ago Viewing 11 posts - 1 through 11 (of 11 total)The topic ‘Watch repairs’ is closed to new replies.