Quality Watch Repair

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I need to catch up on house repairs and my backlog of watch repairs, so I am not taking in any watches for repair probably until at least the 4th of April 2018 and quite possibly longer.

I take a limited number of watches in for repair, and by mail only. There are some watches that I cannot acquire parts for, or that are too worn out to repair. My repair services are very much in demand, and I have been having to close my business quite often, as I quickly get too many watches in to repair in a timely manner. In an effort to better control my work load, I am requesting that you email or telephone me for a link that has my address, and a form to be filled out to accompany your watch. You may contact me, Stephen Thomas, at 503- 239-1859, jpaulson@earthlink.net and I will get back to you within several days. If emailing, please include your phone number in your email and turn off your spam blocker so my reply will get through.

                                                                     I do not sell parts, or do appraisals. Please do not ask.



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I receive several watches for repair every day, many of which are of the same make and model. Often, watches will arrive in my shop with no paperwork enclosed, making it extremely difficult to trace the owner of the watch and determine what problems the watch has been having.  Therefore, to assist me in watch repair PLEASE click on the 'Sending Your Watch' link that is at the top of the page, and complete the form provided in a clear and legible hand. 

Welcome to qualitywatchrepair.com's web site. My name is Steve Thomas. I do quality watch repair on most watch brands. I have been making my living doing watch and jewelry repair for over thirty years. During this time, I have done quality watch repair on just about every kind of watch made, from old inexpensive dollar pocket watches to new diamond encrusted Rolexes. Because I also repair jewelry, I have made many case parts and have done extensive restoration on worn-out watch cases.  

I have parts accounts with several major watch brands and deal with reputable parts suppliers. I am thus able to acquire genuine parts to repair most watches. If original parts are unavailable, it may be possible to repair your watch using generic parts.

Since I have repaired such a wide variety of watches over the years, I have acquired the skill to do repairs on watches in just about any kind of condition. I am capable of most levels of watch repair from just getting your watch running, to replacing worn-out parts, to making some parts if they are not available. 

When I receive your watch for repair which you have (PLEASE) wrapped in lots of padding, I partially disassemble it and e-mail you an estimate as to cost of parts and repair.

Upon sending me your watch, I require $20.00 in advance. This covers diagnosis, and return shipping by registered mail with insurance of $500.00 dollars.

I do not do any repair work, until you have given me authorization. After the repair is done, I expect payment in full on the agreed amount. I then will send your watch back.


My work carries a one-year no-quibble warranty.