If you like the watches James Bond wears, you’re going to love Omega. Since 1995, the super spy and world-renowned watchmaker have worked in collaboration, designing a number of high-quality Swiss timepieces. Famed for the level of beautiful craftsmanship and intricate Swiss movements the brand embeds into each watch, the Biel/Bienne-based horologist designs watches built to last, creating timepieces that have gone on to break world records. To ensure your watch keeps functioning at its best, service it on a regular basis using a trusted specialist.
Originally named Wilsdorf and Davis, Rolex is a brand you automatically associate with an incredibly high level of quality and prestige. Swiss in design, flawless in delivery, Rolex watches are world-famous for their performance, reliability and durability. Not only are they a symbol of excellence, prestige and innovation, they’re also worn by some of the world’s most high-profile leaders and celebrities. Keeping your Rolex functioning at its best is therefore vital, and that’s where we can help.
The heavy hitter of modern chronographs, TAG Heuer watches are synonymous with Swiss quality. Associated with racing sports and adventurous bravado, the Saint-Imier-based brand have gone from strength to strength since their inception all the way back in 1860. With each watch designed to last a lifetime, servicing it on a regular basis by a trusted specialist is simply a must – and that’s where we can help.
Founded by Auguste Agassiz in 1832, Longines are known the world over for providing the highest-quality Swiss-produced timepieces. With a reputation built on expertise, tradition, elegance and performance, this Saint-Imier-based horologist embeds an abundance of technical quality and design excellence into each watch they create. In order to ensure your Longines watch stays functioning at its best, make sure to have it regularly serviced by a trusted specialist.
Tudor Watch Repair
Tudor watches are built for those who are born to dare. The sister company of Rolex, this luxury horologist was founded back in 1926 by Rolex founder Hans Wilsdorf, and has gone from strength to strength ever since. Based in Geneva, Switzerland, Tudor produce a wide range of classic, sport, diving and heritage-inspired watches, each designed to last longer than a lifetime. In order to ensure your watch keeps functioning at its best, make sure to get it serviced on a regular basis by a specialist.