Are you unable to alter the time of your watch or has the crown become loose or worn? Problems with watch crowns develop over time, with extended use. You may have knocked your watch and lost the crown or snapped the stem. We are experts when it comes to crown and stem repairs for watches and can offer the best advice, moving forward.
We can source original manufacturer crown and steams for most watch brands, including popular names like: Tag Heuer, Raymond Weil, Seiko, Rotary, Sekonda and many more. Our fully trained watch technicians will be able to inspect your watch for signs of damage and recommend the best course of action to get your watch back to new.
We currently have over 50 branches in the UK where you can take your watch for a free repair estimate. More complex crown and stem repairs will be sent to our main workshop for the work to be carried out. We always take the utmost care when repairing watch and jewellery items, with each job being completed to the highest, professional standards. Visit our branches page to find your nearest In-Time and see how we can help you.
We operate branches in popular locations but you may find we are too far away for your convenience. We also operate a handy Post to Workshop service for all types of watch and jewellery repairs. We’ll take care of your crown and stem repairs, all you need to do is post your watch into us using registered post. Once one of our experts has inspected your watch we will provide you with your free repair quotation. If you are not happy at any time we’ll send your item(s) back to, postage paid, with out compliments.
I just wanted to say thank you for such a wonderful prompt service, I’m thrilled with my repair and will definitely be recommending your post to workshop service to friends and family!Linda Atkinson13 August 2016
I was very impressed by the service that I received and would definitely recommend it to friends and family. The staff were very helpful and within 15 minutes I had exactly want I wanted. Gold Stars to all the team.Ann Collins 10 September 2015