All prices exclude spare parts. I will fit a new mainspring when servicing your watch, and they cost between £12 and £50 (e.g. for a Rolex original).
All other repair work, including fitting new crystals, is usually included in the service price unless it is extensive. Case and bracelet cleaning is also included in the price, but not polishing.
Waterproof testing is included dry (e.g. in a vacuum) Please be aware that most vintage watches aren’t waterproof, and can’t be made properly waterproof. This has to do with corrosion of the case and pendant tube, and the rubber gaskets dissolving / disintegrating. These can’t always be replaced (e.g. crown gaskets) or general case design. This test is more an indication of there is any water resistance.
|Inspection charge||£ 30|
|Manual wind, with or without date||£ 150|
|*extra charge non shock protection||£ 10|
|Automatic, with or without date||£ 170|
|Complex automatic with or without date, e.g. Rolex, Omega Co-Axial, etc.||£ 200|
|Extra charge for monocoque watch cases *||£ 40|
|Extra charge power reserve indication||£ 30|
|Manual wind chronograph with or without date, no hour recorder||£ 250|
|Manual wind chronograph with or without date, with hour recorder||£ 270|
|Automatic chronograph with or without date||£ 300|
|Ratrappante additional charge||£ 70|
|Triple date, non-automatic, automatic, complex||£ 230-350|
|Omega Chronostop||£ 230|
|Alarm watches, manual wind||£ 220|
|Alarm watches automatic or complex||£ 250|
|Fit new balance staff||£ 35|
|Re-bush plate or bridge||£30 per bush + material|
|Re-paint hands||£ 10 per hand|
|Take old varnish off dial, re-varnish||£ 40|
|New luminous compound on dial||£ 20 for dots, £ 30 more complicated markers ect, £ 40 for numbers.|
|New luminous compound on hands||£ 20|
|Dial foot soldering pr foot||£ 20 pr foot|
|Cold enamel on case back. (Experimental proses so no warranty)||
Single colour £40
Two colours £60.
Three colours £80
|Other complications||please ask|
*Non Shock protected movements usually takes longer to dismantle and put back together.
* Monocoque cases make our work a lot harder, as there is no movement access after casing, so a final adjustment after testing often involves taking the watch apart again. Monocoques add on average over an hour to the time we spend on a service, so we do have to charge for that.