Renaissance Watch Repair: Watch Brands We Repair

If you find your watch on the list below there's a good chance that it is a watch we can restore or repair. This is by no means an all-inclusive list... there are many smaller American and Swiss brands that do not appear on this list that we can also repair as long as parts are available, but the brands listed below are those we see most frequently.

We specialize in the repair and restoration of vintage American pocket watches, but we will consider for restoration almost any mechanical (non-battery) pocket watch or wristwatch with a minimum of seven jewels. If you're ready to submit your watch for a no-obligation repair estimate, just click here for instructions.

You may click on any of the underlined brand names listed below to view a brief history of that manufacturer, including serial number and date information where available.

Please contact us if you have any questions about whether we can repair your vintage watch.

And a few watch brands we don't repair:

We do not repair modern Rolex watches, or the watches of other manufacturers who restrict the distribution of spare parts. To learn more about how the major watch brands harm American consumers, please see this page.

We do not repair watches with cylinder escapements as they can very seldom be made into good timekeepers and the cost of repairs usually exceeds the value of the watch. We also do not repair very early verge fusee (chain-driven) watches.

We do not repair "dollar watches" or inexpensive watches with pin-pallet escapements that were never manufactured with reparability in mind (for example, low-end Ingersoll or Westclox Dollar watches).

Other than that we can repair almost any brand of mechanical watch. If we can find parts, we can probably fix it!