For the aficionados out there, we have all faced some problems throughout our watch collecting journey and faulty watches is certainly one of them. Especially when your collection grows in size, not being able to give each piece the love and attention it deserves is inevitable.
We’ve figured this problem out as we are watch collectors ourselves so in this article, we’ll introduce you the top 5 places to visit when your precious timepiece calls for help.
1) K2 Watch Co
The first one in our list is none other than K2 Watch Co. This quaint little shop hidden in Tanjong Katong Complex has tremendous blazing reviews on the internet. Go and do a quick search about watch repairs in Singapore and chances are you’ll see people in forums and blogs talking about this shop.
The shop is run by Mr Goh and it has been this way since 1982. He has serviced over 15,000 watches and gained the trust of many as the grapevine spreads online, clearly, you can be at peace when you hand over your watches to him.
Though he repairs all kinds of different watches, he specialises in Seikos. He offers a variety of Seikos for sale too and you are able to provide him with your watch parts if you’re keen to do some modifications as well!
2) Watch It! Pte Ltd
Watch It! was established in 2001 and they are a retailer of different brands like Seiko, Casio and even some watch straps. But what makes them interesting is the watch and clock repair services they provide.
Like K2, they are able to provide you with a full repair service for your mechanical watches but in any case you’re into clocks as well, you can consider the job done too.
They also offer a number of accessories such as watch straps, watch winders, and Omega dial (yes not kidding) and a few pre-owned watches as well, you can check them out on their website here.
3) Bonfield Singapore
The 3rd place on our list is Bonfield Singapore. They provide a wide range of services from repair and restoration of your watches to authentication and appraisal.
Equipped with the finest Swiss equipment, they are able to service your watch from movement maintenance, case and bracelet refurbishing, reassembling of the movement, calibration and timekeeping, pressure testing and lastly the final inspection.
If you have a few vintage pieces that you’re looking to restore you can consider entrusting them to Bonfield. As some of the vintage parts are not available in the market anymore, Bonfield will personally manufacture those parts for you.
For the aficionados that do not prefer polishing your vintage watch, do let them know as polishing services will be included too! Check them out here.
4) Global Watch Service Singapore
For all the luxury Swiss collectors, especially Rolexes, fret not there’s a place for your valuable timepiece as well.
If bringing back to the Authorised Dealer for repair service isn’t your thing, you can visit Global Watch Service Centre Singapore, they are a Swiss and Rolex certified service centre with in-house Swiss trained technicians that has over 18 years of experience working for Swiss watch companies.
Perhaps one of their niche is the ability to service complications as they have serviced a number of Patek Philippes before, Speedmasters are also known for their complicated movements and the pains of servicing them, don’t worry, they’ve got it all covered too.
Similarly to Bonfield, they provide consignment of your watches and will post it on their social media pages. To find out more you can visit them here. Global Watch Service Centre Singapore would also like to offer our readers a $20 off for complete watch servicing. Simply quote “Thenomad360” or let them know you found them from this article to enjoy the discount.
Last but not the least, a household brand for many watch collectors in Singapore, chances are you’ve already heard about SkyWatches and you might even have purchased some of your watches from them too.
But do you know that they also provide watch repair and restoration services?
As compared to the others in the list, their service may not be as ample for your needs but they do offer services mainly for Seikos. Their prices are friendly with a full watch service for the 4R36 movement only at $75 and a full service of the 7S26, 7S36 for only $55.
As awkward as it may sound, if you own a Cartier and would like to get it polished, you can visit them too as they provide a 45 minutes express service specifically only for Cartier. Biased to the brand? Or is Cartier easy to polish?
Jokes aside! If you’re interested, you can check out their website here!
We’ve covered a wide range of watch repair services all around Singapore from servicing your Seikos and Quartz watches to your Pateks and Rolexes. At the end of the day, you do not have to worry if your holy grail ever dies on you!
However, please do your due diligence before sending your watches over to repair as some watches may decrease in value if some parts are replaced or even when the cases are polished!
We hope you’ve enjoyed this article and if you have a few credible repair shops that you frequent, do let us know in the comments below! For more reads like this, do check out our newest article about 5 celebrities and their watches over here!