Swiss WatchMart – SuperClone Watches Service

 

After removing the wristband and opening the case, the watchmaker demagnetises the watch. A visual and technical examination gives him a first impression of the watch’s condition and accuracy. The watchmaker lifts the movement out of the case. The rotor, balance and escapement are removed, cleaned, reassembled and then oiled. The case is dismantled into its individual parts. During this process, the glass, seals and other components such as push-buttons or rotating bezels are removed. The case, metal bracelet and clasp are ultrasonically cleaned in a special fluid. During reassembly of the watch, all the seals are replaced in order to guarantee the watch’s water-resistance.

Service Steps

 

 

step 1

Opening of the case; dismantling of the crown with the winding stem so as to extract the movement with the dial and the hands.

step 2

An entry test to define the physical condition of the watch is required.

step 3

Removal of the bracelet.

step 4

Dismantling of the case (glass, tube, pushers, helium escape valve, gaskets, bezel, etc).

step 5

Refurbishing of the case and bracelet in metal to original specifications (polishing, satin-finishing)

step 6

Cleaning (washing) of the case and bracelet in metal.

step 7

Assembling of the case and replacement of glass, tube, crown, pushers, helium escape valve, gaskets, if necessary.

step 8

Restoration of water-resistance with above-mentioned spare parts.

step 9

Dismantling of the dial and the hands from the movement.

step 10

Dismantling of the movement into its individual parts.

step 11

Identification of worn or damaged movement parts.

step 12

Repair or replacement of any faulty movement parts.

step 13

Cleaning (washing) of the disassembled movement in a machine with specific baths.

step 14

Checking the cleanliness of the movement.

step 15

Assembling and oiling of the movement in accordance with SWISS specifications.

step 16

Checking of the functions of the movement in accordance with SWISS quality criteria.

step 17

Adjustment of the rate.

step 18

Fixing of the dial; replacement of the hands, if necessary.

step 19

Casing up the movement equipped with the dial and the hands.

step 20

Full winding of a mechanical watch and tuning of the precision in accordance with SWISS standards.

step 21

Closing of the case and checking of the water-resistance.

step 22

Setting of the correct time; checking the technical and aesthetic condition of the assembled watch.

step 23

After 24 hours, checking to confirm that the precision and the rate are stable.

step 24

In order to check the power reserve of a mechanical watch, measurement of the hours of operation.

step 25

Fitting of the bracelet.

step 26

Final check before returning the watch to the customer.

Frequently Asked Questions

DO I HAVE TO WEAR MY MECHANICAL WATCH EVERYDAY?

WHY DID MY WATCH STOP AFTER NOT WEARING IT FOR A FEW DAYS?

HOW TO TAKE CARE OF A MECHANICAL WATCH?

Manual winding or self winding/automatic watches need special handling. The manufacturers have their own way of taking care of their products, but this article applies to every mechanical watch.

Other Information

DAILY CARE

Watches are made to wear on your wrists and as such will be subjected to some wear and tear. However, protect your watch from any impact even if it is shock-proof. Contact with detergents, perfumes, solvents, etc should also be avoided as they could corrode the watch. And most importantly, if you are not using your watch, store it in a dry place on a soft surface, away from any extreme temperatures.

CLEANING

SERVICING

WATER EXPOSURE

SWISS SERVICE

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