Watch glass replacement
If your watch glass has been broken, scratched or damaged it can become unsightly. Use our watch glass replacement service. Repairs by post can repair or replace crystal glass for all watch brands. It's the SOS cost-effective solution to get your watch glass looking as good as new again.
A broken, chipped or scratched watch glass (Crystal) looks unsightly and does not have to stay that way. Why not find out how cheaply we can return your watch to new with a replacement watch glass.
*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 glass replacement near me
Let Repairs by post handle the fuss with our easy to use watch glass replacement service. Our technicians replace watch glass crystals for all popular brands such as Micheal Kors, Fossil, Invicta and Premium brands such as Rolex, Omega, Tag and Tissot.
- We use geniune manufacture watch crystal or an alternative replacement if not available.
- Saphire, mineral and acrylic options.
- Watch crystals in a variety of shapes and sizes for all brands of watch.
- Domed and curved glass like those used on most Omega and rolex models.
- Sapphire glass replacements that are highly resistant to scratching and offer superior transparency
- Your glass is specially resealed to ensure it meets manufactures ratings and is water resistant again.
- During the glass replacement process our technician will complete a full inspection of your watch.
- Our free inspection ensures your watch remains in optimum mechanical and anaesthetic condition, providing peace of mind and extended lifespan for years to come.
Quick, affordable watch repairs from the comfort of your home, office, or on-the-go.
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.