WATCH SERVICING & REPAIRS
In times gone by, luxury watch enthusiasts enjoyed a very close relationship with their watchmaker. That’s because, in those days, watches typically required a regular and thorough standard of care simply to maintain their daily performance.
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Today, technology has advanced dramatically and watches are designed to deliver outstanding performance on the wrist from day one. But even if your timepiece carries a more modern date, you can still expect to service it every 3 to 5 years to maintain its performance and longevity. Of course, vintage watch enthusiasts may also find themselves in need of more regular maintenance to preserve the lifespan of older models.
No matter what the date and nature of your timepiece, when you choose David Duggan as your service provider you’ll enjoy that same close relationship that people had with their watchmakers in the past. Personal service is at the heart of what we do. Your watch will never leave our premises and the same person will communicate with you at every stage of repair or service for complete peace of mind. What’s more, we can usually complete your commission to exacting manufacturer’s standards within 6 to 8 weeks and at a surprisingly cost-effective price.
Of course, you need to choose a technician of the highest skill to protect your watch. We are an approved Rolex service centre with authorised access to genuine components supplied directly by Rolex. Add to that British Horological Institute membership and a 40 year track record of exemplary service, and you can be 100% sure that your timepiece is best entrusted to us for its ongoing care.
- Nov 20
Luxury watch specialist David Duggan discusses Patek’s new awe-inspiring, one-of-a-kind timepiece, the Grand Complication Reference 5208T-010 created for Only Watch 2017
- Nov 07
In 2016, Jaeger-LeCoultre celebrated the Reverso’s 85th anniversary, but 2017 has been another busy year for the iconic watch model. We look at one of the most distinctive watches of the past century to find out more about the enduring legacy of the original, reversible timepiece.
- Sep 13
In August, admirers of fine wine and watches gathered to celebrate joint passions with an exclusive event hosted by David Duggan, Tudor watches and Corney & Barrow.
- Sep 12
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- Aug 10
David looks at this iconic line of manual wind Oyster watches and its history indebted to aviation.