Watch Repair

Watch repair man standing in white coat
We know you have many choices for “watch repair” in the DFW area. If you want your timepiece repaired, serviced or polished by an on-site, WOSTEP certified watchmaker and polisher, then Noah’s should be the obvious choice. For those who are not familiar, WOSTEP, the Watchmakers of Switzerland Training and Educational Program, is an internationally recognized professional qualification in the maintenance and care of fine-quality watches. And while Noah’s specializes in the repair/servicing and refinishing of fine timepieces, we’re also happy to provide minor repairs, most while you wait:
Battery Changes, Link Adding/Removing. Cleaning Case & Bracelet Spring-bar Replacement, Switching Bands, Bracelets Crystal Replacement, and Pressure Testing.
However, you’ll have to wait a little bit longer if you bring in your mechanical watch for repair/service. To correctly determine whatever issue you may be having, mechanical watches must be completely disassembled. Each and every wheel, jewel, and bridge are carefully scrutinized under a microscope.
All parts are cleaned in a specialized, (Swiss, of course), cleaning machine, reassembled and lubricated with at least 4 lubricants of differing viscosities. Complicated watches and chronographs require even more. Even the case and bracelet are cleaned…though by hand, not machine.
Once the watch is reassembled, it will be regulated to the manufacturer’s specifications for timing. Water-proof watches are pressure-tested to 3 atmospheres. The watch will then be observed on and off the winder for 1 week. Given the degree of accuracy and excellence demanded in watchmaking, it’s no wonder the entire process can take 6 to 8 weeks.
Regardless of brand or problem, your watch will be treated with the utmost care. Noah’s Fine Jewelry really is your best choice!