About Watch MaintenanceWatches are gorgeous pieces of art, in part because they're alive! It's hard to look at the ticking gears and movement through a tourbillon and not see a level of craftsmanship that transcends mere parts. However, that artistry comes with the drawback that it needs to be maintained regularly to continue ticking along.
When you're maintaining your luxury timepiece, you should err on the side of caution. Never open the watch's case, submerge your timepiece in liquids you don't know intimately, or allow a leather band to be submerged or put in contact with corrosive materials. And of course, remember that you should bring your watch to a trusted watchmaker every 2 years to have it fully serviced.
The silver lining of modern technology is that Swiss watchmakers have been experimenting for generations to come up with designs that don't require extensive upkeep, but there are some things you can do at home to practice good watch maintenance.
Tips on Maintaining Your Luxury Watch
Visit Albert's Diamond Jewelers for Your Watch Maintenance and Repair NeedsAlbert's Diamond Jewelers has been a full-service jeweler since 1905, and in addition to showcasing some of the finest collections of watches in the industry, we're more than capable of helping our customers to maintain their treasures. And don't forget that we employ the services of master watchmakers, and if you need your watch repaired, we're always happy to help. Visit our "watch repair" page to find out more.
If you'd like more tips for practicing watch maintenance, call us at (219) 322-2700 or stop by our showroom in Schererville, Indiana today!