If you are an antique pocket watch or wristwatch collector, you know how important it is to keep your watches serviced. Keeping it clean and lubricated will keep parts from rusting and wearing out so your watch will run correctly indefinitely. It’s a worthy goal that all antique pocket watches should be preserved; and be serviced and repaired by qualified watch repairers and watchmakers.
There are over 100 reasons why your pocketwatch won’t run. One or more of it’s 200 parts may be broken, rusted, miscalibrated, unoriginal, previously improperly serviced, under lubricated or even just tired. It’s safe to say that pocket watch repair is very complicated and isn’t the easiest job, and should probably be handled by people with lots of experience.
If you need help with fixing your watch, trust a professional.
Times Ticking has been in operation for more than 30 years, since 1982. We have performed watch repair for customers both locally and internationally. If it Ticks! We KNOW it! Our team of watch repair technicians have a combined experience in watchmaking of over 120 years.