A standard watch repair procedure for mechanical watches, this process adjusts your watch’s movement, making it preform either faster or slower, according to its manufacturer’s specifications. Over time, mechanical watches require this service to improve time keeping accuracy and reliability. When your watch runs fast or runs slow, you may require movement regulation. When your watch requires movement calibration, our watchmakers will take the following measures:
- First, our experts remove the case backing of your timepiece
- Your watch will then be adjusted to perform more accurately depending on whether your watch is running too quickly or too slowly
- By delicately moving the watch’s regulator bar in the positive or negative direction, your timepiece will run according to its original factory specifications
- Once the regulator bar has been adjusted appropriately, the watch will be subjected to a time test to ensure its accuracy and precision in time keeping
- After all inspections have been made, and each test completed successfully, your watch will be reassembled and a dry test will be performed to guarantee your watches resistance to water and moisture in accordance to its original manufacturer’s specifications
Regularly calibrating the movement of your mechanical watch will ensure that your timepiece will continue to keep time as it did the first time you put it on your wrist.
Govberg Watch Repair offers Free Estimates and Free return shipping on all watch repairs. Plus, all repair work comes with a 1 year Govberg Warranty. We perform quality Movement Calibration services on over 200 top luxury watch brands.
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