Best Watch Repairs in San Diego

Leo’s Swiss-trained watch repairs experts will fix your watch and make it run like it was new again

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Watch Repair Services in San Diego

Leo’s watch repairs are done on-site by Swiss-trained Master Watchmakers

  • ✔ Free watch repair estimates
  • ✔ Warranty on all watch repairs
  • ✔ Automatic watch repairs
  • ✔ Quartz watch repairs
  • ✔ Authentic parts
  • ✔ Watch battery repairs
  • ✔ Watch servicing
  • ✔ Watch cleaning & polishing
  • ✔ Watch refinishing
  • ✔ Watch straps
  • ✔ Crown & stem repairs
  • ✔ Resealing & water testing
  • ✔ Sealing & repair of dive watches

Watches We’ll Repair for You

  • ✔ Rolex watch repairs
  • ✔ Patek Philippe watch repairs
  • ✔ Omega watch repairs
  • ✔ IWC watch repairs
  • ✔ Audemars Piguet watch repairs
  • ✔ Breitling watch repairs
  • ✔ Panerai watch repairs
  • ✔ Hublot watch repairs
  • ✔ Cartier watch repairs
  • ✔ Baume et Mercier watch repairs
  • ✔ Tag Heuer watch repairs
  • ✔ Ball watch repairs
  • ✔ Jaeger-LeCoultre watch repairs
  • ✔ Ulysse Nardin watch repairs
  • ✔ Hamilton watch repairs
  • ✔ Tissot watch repairs
  • ✔ Longines watch repairs
  • ✔ Seiko watch repairs
  • ✔ Other Swiss or German watch repairs
HOW ARE WATCH REPAIRS DONE?
Mechanical watch movements are like engines in luxury automobiles; they need to be serviced on a regular basis. Lubricating an automatic movement is similar to getting an oil change in your car. When an automatic watch is not serviced every 3-5 years the oils dry out and parts can begin to wear.

A complete watch service at Leo Hamel Fine Jewelers consists of disassembling the watch movement, cleaning out old lubricant, re-lubricating all friction points, re-assembling the movement, and adjusting the timing to factory specifications. Included is a one-year warranty on timekeeping and a 90-day warranty on parts. Mechanical watch movements are like engines in luxury automobiles; they need to be serviced on a regular basis. Lubricating an automatic movement is similar to getting an oil change in your car. When an automatic watch is not serviced every 3-5 years the oils dry out and parts can begin to wear. The exterior of the watch is then fully refinished; removing all scratches and restoring the factory finish to the case and bracelet, making your watch look new again. If you wish to keep your timepiece in optimum working condition and perhaps someday pass it on to an heir, it is crucial to perform regular maintenance. Fine watches can run for decades, perhaps even centuries, as long as they are properly maintained.