Category Archives: Vintage watch repair
A client has sent me his Longines calibre 19AS. It’s not running, the setting mechanism does not work and the stem is broken. It needs some TLC
A customer has sent in this lovely little IWC. It’s running, but not keeping time and could do with a service.
A client has sent in his lovely Piaget calibre 9P. The watch is not keeping time and needs a service.
A customer has sent in his Wyler Heavy Duty 660. It’s not running very well and needs a service. I have a soft spot for divers without bezels and think this looks very cool!
A customer sent me his grandfathers old watch hoping I can bring it back to it’s former glory. He knows it’s not a valuable piece, but it has a good quality movement and the dial is good condition.
A customer has sent in this lovely Longines calibre 10L from the 1940’s. The balance staff is broken and the watch is not running.
The King was Seiko’s Daini factories flagship watch that launched in 1961 in response to Suwas factories Grand. This example is in good, untouched original condition, but badly needs a service.
A friend of mine, who is one of the most talented clock makers from the UK, decided to service his trusty Seiko. Clock tools are not ideal for watches so after loosing a cap jewel the project was abandoned. It … Continue reading
A customer has sent in his vintage Rolex cal 1215 in need of some TLC. It’s running like a lame dog and the case is pretty beaten up. The hands have been replaced at one point.
This little Rolex has gotten a good jolt and the crystal is smashed.