Most watches are water-resistant, however no watch is truly waterproof. A water-resistant watch has gaskets that help protect the case against average water pressure at a stated pressure or depth. Your watch should be pressure tested every time the case is opened to perform any inspection or service to test for potential leaks and its ability to maintain the manufacturer’s original pressure standards. If you are concerned about the water resistance of your watch, you should have it pressure tested before diving or otherwise submersing it. When Govberg Watch Repair pressure tests your watch, our experts will:
- Remove the case backing of your watch and inspect all gaskets
- Replace worn or damaged gaskets with genuine parts from if necessary
- Install new gaskets and refit the case backing onto the watch if necessary
- Test the watch with state-of-the-art “dry” testing, and/or “wet” testing
The Govberg Watch Repair center will ensure that your watch’s performance and water/moisture resistance is restored to its original factory specifications.
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 pressure testing on over 200 top luxury watch brands.
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