Watch dial restoration
Over-time the watch dial, face, digits and hands can become tarnished, corrode or worse break or fall-off: water entering the watch case, a broken watch glass, or leaky battery can cause any of these un-sightly issues. We can help fix these issues and get your watch looking new again.
*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 dial restoration explained
Let Repairs by post handle the fuss with our easy to dial, hands, numeral restoration service. Our technicians can replace or refurish your watch dial for all popular brands such as Rolex and Omega as well restoring vintage and antique watches. A dial restoration involves full preparation and cleaning followed by a re-finishing treatment. After the first few stages are complete, the numbers and text are applied. Once the dial restoration is finished, your watch will look as good as new.
- Replacement or refurbishment of watch dial faces.
- Hand replacement.
- Numeral and number replacement.
- Re-application of luminous paint, numerals and hands.
The faster, less-expensive way to repair any watch. From your home, office or on the go.
So what's the catch?
There isn't one. Open a watch repair request, define your repair - upload photo's to our UK service centre. Our expert team will examine your repair request. If your repair is accepted, we notify you the same day with FREE shipping instructions. Still not convinced? Read on.
Still not convinced? Here's what our customers say.
"I could not recommend this service more. The team were amazing. I was told everything upfront and it was all laid out so clearly that I could not fault the service. Nothing was done until I was happy with and the price it was outstanding."
"Excellent service. Very professional at a competitive price and handled securely from door to door."
"Cracked the glass on my watch a week after having it! Sent to Repairs by Post, everything was dealt with via email, which was very convenient and much easier than needing to go backwards and forwards to a high street jeweller, especially as they would probably need to post it off for repair themselves anyway"
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