As one of the leading watch specialists in New York, at Manhattan Time Service we are a family run business with a worldwide reputation for excellence and value. Our watchmakers know that the only thing better than owning a great watch is having it professionally serviced by master technicians.
Whether you are buying a new watch or require service or restoration, watch polishing, battery replacement or watch engraving our dedication to extraordinary service is world renowned and has surpassed all competition. Aside from our passion for timepieces we are confident that we know everything there is to know about watch repair - from basic quartz watches and automatic watches to chronograph watches and tourbillion complications.
Obtaining the highest status in the watchmaking industry as a Master-watchmaker Mitchell devoted 38 years to perfecting his horological knowledge and watchmaking skills. Successful in replacing a battery in a quartz operating watch to overhauling a Patek Philippe Skymoon or restoration of vintage pocket watches from 1800's Mitchell is known as one of the top watchmakers in the watchmaking industry.
Practiced horology since the age of 15, successfully took apart, cleaned and assembled a Rolex Submariner Cal. 3135 at the age of 19, further improved his watchmaking skills with NAWCC School of Horology. “It has been 15 years since I took apart my first watch, my goal is to repair every timepiece ever produced”. Some of brands in mind include: Patek Philippe, IWC, Omega, Longines, Rolex, Ebel, Corum, Gucci, Hamilton, Movado, Piaget, Tag Heuer, Vacheron Constantin, and Jeager-LeCoultre. Apart from repairing watches Thomas contributor to the Wristwatch News Source blog.
We invite you to visit our location in Manhattan, New York City where our European and American trained watchmakers keep the tradition of master watch repair alive by combining time-tested, old world techniques with state-of-the-art watch repair stations and watchmaking instruments.
We are conveniently located in mid-town Manhattan at 2 west 46th street #308, between 5th and 6th (closer to 5th) across the street from Ranch1 restaurantView Larger Map
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