The next time that my Bulova watch has a problem I can guarantee you that I will be bringing it to a professional for Bulova watch repair. My father gave me my grandfather’s watch a few months back and not only is the watch itself an expensive one, but it holds a lot of sentimental value for me. I noticed when I was at work one day that it was running very slow. I figured maybe it was the battery so I replaced it, but the problem was still occurring. I am a curious person by nature, so I decided that I wanted to open the watch myself and not have to pay for watch repair. So I opened it. I played around with the second hand to see if it was stuck or if some gunk was making it run slower than usual and then it stopped working completely, not just the second hand but all of the hands.
I checked the battery to make sure that it wasn’t the problem and then I was out of ideas. I didn’t want to tell my dad about how I broke his father’s watch so I decided to bring it in for watch repair. This is really something that I wished that I had done in the first place because it would have definitely saved me from a lot of stress. If I hadn’t opened it up and brought it straight to a professional instead, then I wouldn’t be in this mess. After looking at the watch, the owner of the repair shop told me that I had broken the watch. He could replace some of the parts but really it would be not only expensive, but I felt that it would no longer make it my grandfather’s watch. So instead my grandfather’s old watch sits on my night stand, by my bed not working at all. If I had not fooled around with it then it would more than likely be working.
Let that be a lesson to you. If you have an expensive watch, or a watch that you cannot afford to break, then bring it to a store for a professional to look at it, and don’t use your own watch repair tools. Sure it will cost you some money but at least it will be in good hands. Remember, if your watch stops working check the battery, if the battery is working then bring it into a professional to fix. Watch repair shop London