CWC Watch Repairs
Join thousands of satisfied customers with smooth, hassle-free CWC watch repairs — use our Freepost, fully insured watch repair service from the home, office, or on the go — Battery replacement and reseal, broken glass, losing time or winding issues.
Repairs by Post can help get the repair done right where others fail.
Get started with the UK's leading CWC watch repair service centre, we won't break your wallet!
*No credit card required. Open a repair ticket for a free no-obligation watch assessment, or talk to a watch repair expert 0800 121 6030 ( 9am-5pm GMT Mon-Fri. )
Watch Repair Online | FAQ
Open a watch repair request online, tell us about your repair - upload photo's to our UK service centre. Our expert team will examine your online repair request. If your repair is accepted, we notify you the same day with FREE shipping instructions. Still not convinced? Read on.
CWC watch battery replacement
CWC battery died?
Let Repairs by post handle the fuss with our easy to use CWC watch battery replacement service. Our technicians replace batteries for all CWC models of ladies and mens wrist-watch.
- We use only the best Swiss-made batteries. These are the recommended choice of most Swiss brands.
- Your watch is specially resealed to ensure its water-tight gasket meets manufactures ratings and is water resistant again.
- During the battery replacement process our technician will complete a full inspection of your watch.
- Our free inspection ensures your CWC watch remains in optimum mechanical and anaesthetic condition, providing peace of mind and extended lifespan for years to come.
CWC watch repair near me?
Take a walk to your nearest post office and go direct to the UK's leading CWC watch repair service centre.
We’ve made it safe, fast and FREE to send your watch to Repairs by post. Just wrap, pack and attach our free Royal Mail postage-paid shipping label. Repairs by post will have your CWC watch repair off to a flying start in no-time, and with the peace of mind you’re are dealing with Britains leading online CWC repair centre.
It’s easy to get started — fill out our watch repair request, and we’ll give your watch repair a quick assessment and send you an email with the next steps.
CWC watch stopped working? We can fix it.
It’s recommended that your CWC wristwatch is maintained and looked after professionally ensuring it lasts the test of time. Repairs by Post offer a fast, professional local CWC watch repair service to ensure your CWC timepiece continues to work for years to come. If your watch has stopped working, broken, needs a service, an anaesthetic make-over or a battery replacement our expert watch team can fix it.
Swiss-made batteries with a two-year guarantee. Replaced and resealed then pressure tested to ensure your watch stays water-tight. Our battery replacement service stops 75% of CWC watch mail-functions in their tracks.
Leather, silicone or metal bracelet? Let Repairs by post update your CWC with a manufacture original strap or replacement. We can source and supply original and replacement CWC straps and bracelets for all models.
The crown sets the time, date, winds and starts/stop your watch. Accidental damage, miss-use, or impact can cause malfunction or worse break the crown and stem. Our CWC watch crown and stem replacement service will get your CWC operating and looking like new.
If your watch-glass has been broken, scratched or damaged, use our watch glass replacement service. It's the SOS cost-effective solution to get your CWC fixed and looking like new again.
The bezel is the ring that surrounds and holds the watch glass in situ. On a dive watch, the bezel rotates and is used to read elapsed time. The bezel can become tarnished, scratched, damaged or worse fall entirely off. When this happens, Repairs by post to the rescue.
The history of CWC watches
CWC stands for Cabot Watch Company was established in 1972, with the sole aim of making military watches to be worn by the military. This link to the military extends to the founder, Ray Mellor, who was in the military during WWII. He served in the Merchant Navy on the Queen Elizabeth Troop Ship. After the war, he worked with famous watch manufacturers before starting CWC. He saw a gap in the market as watchmakers who had previously produced watches for the military no longer found their contracts financially viable.
CWC is named in memory of the 15th-century explorer John Cabot.
In 1980 CWC produced the first quartz watch that was supplied to the forces, the G10 Quartz which was nicknamed 'Fatboy'. That same year CWC won the contract to supply the Royal Navy Divers watch, the 1980 Royal Navy Diver Automatic.
Shortly after, the CWC logo was modernised and all watches produced after 1982 had the new logo.
In 1987 the Ministry of Defence required a new watch and so asked for a black Special Boat Service issue quartz 300m SBS divers' watch.
CWC is still providing watches to the military. The G10 is issued to the British Army and Royal Navy, and the GS2000 was issued to the RAF. They also produce clocks for ships and aircraft.
Still not convinced? Here's what our customers say.
"Best service I have had in a long time. Very satisfied customer here. Highly recommend these people."
"Great service. I will always use these now compared to The Watch Lab who charged my 3x the price for the same job."
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