Movement Service & Repair
- 8 hr8 hours
- Starting at $550Starting at $550
- Miami FL
Your Rolex movement is fully disassembled and every part is meticulously inspected for excessive wear. (Pivots are checked for scoring and damage, end shake is checked for adjustment). All movement parts will have dome degree of wear on them, the question is how life is left in each part, and how much does the wear affect the final assembly. Sometimes a new part can make a huge difference in operation, sometimes the replacement of several new parts will make only a nominal improvement but the cost vastly outweighs the improvement. This is where expertise really comes in handy. On vintage calibers where parts are discontinued, wheels can often be restored but burnishing the pivots. Movement components are then cleaned using our Elmasolvex VA (the most advanced cleaning system in the world) to ensure removal of all oils, corrosion, metal, debris, and other contaminants. Your Rolex will receive new gaskets and main spring. Your Rolex movement can require up to seven types of lubricants accounting for the varying speed, material type, and friction each part encounters. Using Genuine Rolex oils and greases, your movement is properly lubricated and regulated to factory spec. After stringent testing spread over 14-21 days, your watch then goes to final quality control. The case is tested for watch tightness, the crown and tube are checked (and rebuilt if needed) to ensure it locks down properly and won't fall apart down the line. (as collectors know, sometimes this can happen). We check snap closure on the clasp and adjust it (if needed). If a new crystal or crystal gasket is needed for waterproof testing, we only use Genuine Rolex parts. We provide a printed copy of all testing including the final watch timing and water resistance testing (waterproofing) along with a 2 year warranty.
14 Northeast 1st Avenue, Miami, FL, USA
+ 1 4088003244