If you are wearing your watch watch every day, then we advise having the watch serviced regularly every 3 years, and its water resistance checked yearly if the watch is subjected to immersion.
Step 1 - Disassembly
The bracelet is detached from the watch case. The case is opened and the movement removed. The case is then completely disassembled.
Step 2 - Cleaning
The movement is taken apart and each component is thoroughly cleaned in an ultrasonic bath using formulated solutions.
Step 3 - Replacement of Components
Each individual part is closely examined for signs of wear. Worn parts are then replaced with genuine parts.
Step 4 - Reassembly and Lubrication
The movement is carefully reassembled and each functional component is precisely lubricated to minimise friction and prevent wear. This guarantees an outstanding long-term performance of the movement.
Step 5 - Regulation and control
The movement rate is then adjusted to ensure it is keeping to within manufacturer standards. The movement itself will be observed over a period of several days to verify its performance.
Step 6 - Case and Bracelet Reassembly
The refurbished case and bracelet along with seals and components are reassembled. You can find more info on refurbishment page on our site.
Step 7 - Water Resistance Check
The complete watch is tested for water resistance to ensure it meets pressure resistance requirements for that particular model of watch.
Step 8 - Case and Bracelet Reassembly
The timekeeping, power reserve and aesthetics of the watch are verified against manufacturing specifications.
Once completed, the watch is securely dispatched (via Royal Mail Special Delivery) along with a 12 month warranty.