How to Service My Rolex

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How to Service My Rolex
Have a professional service a Rolex watch. (watch image by Aleksandr Ugorenkov from Fotolia.com)

Rolex watches can withstand everyday wear but there are times when they will need servicing, to ensure they keep ticking. If you have a problem with your Rolex watch, servicing it may be the ideal thing do to. However, finding a reputable company to service it might be difficult. It is always best to seek the assistance of a professional to handle your Rolex watch. These watches are expensive, made with the finest materials, and need the utmost care.

Skill level:
Moderately Easy

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Determine what needs to be fixed on your Rolex watch. Knowing the diagnosis, in detail, may speed up the process when the technician begins repairing it. If the problem is as simple as a battery change, you can visit your nearest watch shop and inquire about a battery that is Rolex compatible.

  2. 2

    Search for reputable watch repair shops in your area. Do a quick search on your search engine to uncover several companies at one time. Call the repair shops your are interested in and inquire about their services. Ask them if they repair Rolex watches and the amount of time it would take to fix your particular watch. During your conversation, the repair technician may ask you about the watch and its issues. The technician needs to have a clear understanding of the problem so he can give the best quote and accurately repair it.

  3. 3

    Contact Rolex and inquire about watch repair shops. Going to the manufacturer may be the best solution because they can probably recommend a repair shop that has fixed several Rolex watches in the past. These repair shops are certified by Rolex and may advertise that they repair the watches at an affordable price.

  4. 4

    Visit an authorised Rolex dealer in your area. You can go on their website and search for an authorised dealer near you. (see Reference). Going to the authorised dealer also may speed up the repair process; you might get it repaired on the spot.

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