Watch Repair

In an Age of disposable fashion, This Omega Speedmaster Can Stand the Test of Time – The First Watch on the Moon

In an Age of disposable fashion, This Omega Speedmaster Can Stand the Test of Time – The First Watch on the Moon

We couldn’t lose this opportunity to jump on the NASA band wagon and throw up some pictures of a classic, an Omega Speedmaster, “The First Watch Worn on the Moon”. Some may wonder what is so special about this particular watch. Why does it have such an appeal to watch aficionados and collectors? Why does the wearer have such pride…

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When restoration ruins the appeal

When restoration ruins the appeal

An appreciation for the antique, or what appears to be antique, is a common behaviour that seems to be ingrained in a lot of us. Perhaps it’s because it reminds people of their childhood, “simpler times” or just that the look and feel of an older object gives it uniqueness and creates a one-of-a-kind piece. We recently had a discussion…

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Tag Heuer Searacer Battery Reseal

Tag Heuer Searacer Battery Reseal

Received in today ready for a battery reseal is this Tag Heuer Link Searacer. This watch was Tag Heuer’s first sailing watch. In fact, a Searacer was worn by Chris Dickson who was the skipper in the Whitbread Round The World Race 1997-199 for the Dennis Conner’s Team’s ‘Toshiba’. So what’s so interesting about this watch? Aside from the regular…

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Omega Repair on a Seamaster, Calibre 1120.

Omega Repair on a Seamaster, Calibre 1120.

Today we received what we consider a staple of the watch world. A watch that is sleek in design, yet isn’t overly flamboyant. It’s subtle and won’t win any beauty awards; however, with its robust looks and solid movement, it provides a fantastic option for someone looking for an everyday timepiece. We’re talking about an Omega Seamaster, Calibre 1120. Our…

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What do you get in a Fix My Watch Quartz Service

What do you get in a Fix My Watch Quartz Service

Within a Fix My Watch service, we ensure all procedures meet manufacturer specifications and with our watchmakers having been in business for nearly 40 years, the wealth of knowledge at our disposal helps give our customers complete piece of mind that their watches are being serviced expertly and correctly by fully qualified watchmakers. So here’s what we do to get…

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How much time do you have?

How much time do you have?

We need time, but at what cost? Fascinating really to think that a time piece can be bought from a few pounds or you could spend thousands of pounds for a precision time piece of extreme beauty with an incredibly precise mechanical movement. We do have a choice and some watches are better than others, but what cost would you…

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How to Fix Your Watch like a Pro

How to Fix Your Watch like a Pro

Ever wondered what happens when your watch is serviced? Well we can tell you how it’s done. When you need your watch fixing, you must ensure that the watchmaker knows what to do. You must ensure that whoever you take your watch to is qualified to do the job! In this example, we will walk you through a service on…

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How important is time?

How important is time?

I guess that depends on the individual, but you can?t get away from it. For instance, our body clocks work by relying on time, planes and trains depend on time and we make appointments which completely rely on time. Forget about time and you forget the importance of accurate timekeeping. So next time you see your watch running anything but…

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Time never stands still!

Time never stands still!

Time never stands still! It?s true. Every day we rely on time. It never stops and for good reason. We are inextricably linked to nature, the rise and fall of the sun, our very lives revolve on relying on the time of day. We wake up knowing the time, ensuring we arrive on time for appointments and getting trains and…

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