A week in the life of our workshop

We are all too aware of the challenges facing the world at this time. Our postal watch repair business, though, remains fully operational. This part of our business operates in such a way that there is no face-to-face requirement to meet with customers. This does not mean that our customers receive any less than they would expect in relation to service. Initially, we receive email enquiries for our customers about watch repairs. The sheer variance is sometimes mind boggling; from a 150 year old family pocket watch, to a simple battery replacement on a 2 year old watch.

Once the enquiry is received customers may hear back from Daniel Blackford, who is the Director in charge of Watch Repairs. He will then issue a FREEPOST Royal Mail Fully Insured Special Delivery Envelope pack, containing protective packaging and instructions on what we required in order that a quotation to repair can be offered.

Once the customer’s cherished timepiece is safely received, a receipt email will be sent to reassure our customer.

We are now regarded as one of the UK’s leading watch repair service, taking on many watch repairs and restorations that often many others just refuse.

This is an example of some of the interesting a wonderful timepieces we have released back to our customers this week.

Watches shown include: Pocket Watches, Military Watches, Rolex Watches, Omega Watches, Vintage Watches, Longines Watches.

I can personally reassure you, my family business has been established for over 200 years. If you are kind enough to allow us to work on, I would like to offer a personal guarantee, please contact me via the contact us section should you have any questions.

Yours sincerely

David Clark P J Dip P J Gem Dip Cert GA
Managing Director
W.E. Clark & Son – W.E. Clark Watch Repairs

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