Omega Watch Repairs, Omega Watch Services & Omega Watch Battery Replacement
Omega’s passion for watchmaking has taken them to the Moon and into deepest parts of the World’s Oceans. They have developed the groundbreaking new co axial movement, as well as introducing quartz and battery powered watches in the 1970s. Their Speedmasters still use the traditional chronograph mechanical movements with auto and manual wind options. We are able to offer professional services on most of these models, as well as repair modern and vintage watch movements. Many customers also use us to restore, polish and refurbish their Omega Watch Cases and Bracelets. Furthermore because we are independent watch repairers we are able to provide you with a highly personalised service to meet the exact requirements of your Omega Watch, this includes, manual and automatic wind mechanical movements as well as quartz and battery powered models.
Occasionally customers might request that only part repair their Omega Bracelet, Fit a new Glass or simply refurbish and polish their Omega Watch to bring it up like new. Furthermore we are able to repair and service many early vintage Omega watches as well as the more modern contemporary Omega models.
Professional Care of your Omega Watch throughout the Service & Repair Procedure.
We are professionally insured to £50,000 per item, so you can be completely assured of your Omega’s safety and protection while it is in our care and when it is returned to you by us. Many of our customers choose to bring their watches in personally and because we are only minutes from the M1 and M69 junction - we are easy to reach from most parts of the UK. Please feel free to contact us to discuss a detailed outline of the work that can offer for your Omega Watch. We use the state of the art, Elma, German made Solvex Ultrasonic Cleaner to clean your Omega Watch Movement. We use Swiss made Witschi Watch machines to measure the performance of your Omega Watch; and Swiss made Bergeron Tools to assemble your Omega Watch.
Our experts will strip down your Omega watch into all of its constituent parts, so that it can cleaned in accordance with Omega’s own prescribed methods. Each Omega component is then carefully inspected to see if they need additional attention. Your movement is then carefully re assembled and lubricated again using only the prescribed materials and techniques as recommended by the Omega Service Centre.
At the same time we disassemble your Omega Case and Bracelet and carefully polish them to bring them up to an almost new finish (or we are happy to provide a bespoke polishing service to your personal specifications if required.) Our expert watch makers also use Elma ultrasonic cleaning tanks to clean your Omega Bracelet, Watch case and Bezel. For solid Gold Omega Components, bracelets and cases we employ the services of a local Leicester based goldsmith to repair and rebuild damaged links and clasps etc. This means that your Omega Watch is returned to you in optimum condition.
We think it is important to take to time and patience required to achieve the optimum time keeping performance of Omega COSC Chronometer certified and Quartz movements.
Furthermore to ensure optimum performance you can be assured that your Omega is only looked and worked on by watch Repair professionals with decades of Watch making experience.
Occasionally customers contact us when they simply require general or cosmetic Omega Watch Repairs, again this is something we are happy to offer and remember all inspections and advice on Omega Watch Repairs are provided free of charge. Most commonly this includes fitting or restoring new hands to your Omega Watch, Fitting a new dial or glass, or carrying out some part repair to the clasp or bracelet. And remember we are pleased to be able the same professional repair service for your other valuable jewellery items.
Please do not hesitate to contact Ryte Time for free advice on servicing or looking after your Omega Watch. Terry can be reached most of the time via telephone, text or WhatsApp on 07704 678 398.
Founded in 1848 Omega have an enviable history including moon landings and recording many Olympic Records, including acting as the official timekeeper at the first modern Olympics in 1905. In 1931 Omega developed the first automatic movement to use two weights, massively improving winding efficiency. A year later they developed the World’s first commercially available Divers Watch that later led to the development of the iconic Omega Seamaster.