On-site certified watch technicians
Rummele's Jewelers is a Rolex Authorized Service Center. Paul Sibert, our Rolex Trained Watchmaker, is a highly qualified and skillfully trained expert. He is ready to assist you by repairing your watch on the premises in our state-of-the art lab, with the most up-to-date equipment and materials. We have the know-how to repair all brands and styles of watches.
If it is your preference, watches can be sent to the original manufacturer for service. Repair services will not be conducted without an estimated quote and prior permission.
We replace watch batteries for all makes and models of watches. Come in and have your battery replaced while you wait— it only takes a couple of minutes! We charge $20 plus tax for battery replacements.
If you own a Tag Heuer watch, the manufacturer recommends having your timepiece pressure tested every time the "seal is broken" (ie: when the battery is replaced). This ensures that your watch will remain waterproof under the manufacturer's specifications. The cost for this test is $25.
We can service nearly any watch that needs repair, maintenance, or altering of any kind, including the following:
We gladly offer free estimates on all watch repairs (price of postage not included). For all watches purchased at our store and still under warranty, postage charges will be waived. Once you receive your estimate, there is no obligation to you whether you decide to proceed with the repair or not.
Why do watches with mechanical and automatic movements require periodic maintenance?
In a mechanical watch, gears and moving parts work in seamless harmony to provide exceptional timekeeping. In this world of solid-state technology, it is easy to forget that these mechanical timepieces achieve this through brilliant design and a phenomenal attention to detail. They have moving parts and these parts require lubrication. Over time, the lubrication dries out, and this is the primary reason why one needs periodic maintenance. The periodic maintenance is typically referred to as an “overhaul” or a “complete service.” This involves taking the movement apart and cleaning off the old oil residue from each and every moving part. Once completely cleaned, the movement is reassembled and re-oiled. It then gets recalibrated for proper timekeeping. The exterior of the watch is not forgotten either. It is micro-polished so that the watch looks like new. Most companies recommend that this be done every five to seven years.
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