How were we started?
Being a fellow Rolex collector myself, I find the Rolex band to be the
weakest link of the whole watch. Bands; be it Oyster, Jubilee or
President bands; riveted or thick solid ones become loose after several
years of normal use. You can hardly find good condition bands on old
Rolexes and they really distract the looks. Rolex movements and cases
are built like a tank and it is the only Brand of vintage watches that I
feel comfortable for daily usage. Even the Pateks I own cannot achieve
this status and this is a real statement
For the band restoration service, I have employed some expert
watchmakers in China to help me take the whole band apart and
practically not just refinish, I would say it is like a total
RE-MANUFACTURING process. The process is no rocket science just pure
dedicated hard work that is not affordable in the modern Western
The process involves have special machine to take apart all band links,
replacing the pins and worn springs, folding each piece back to the
original shape and finally polishing it back to it original finish.
Now we have expanded services to totally restore the whole watch,
including servicing and fixing the movement, dial repainting, hands
plating and reluming, case back rethreading, engravings and custom parts
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