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“Thanks to Manhattan time service for their excellent job in fixing myfathers Audemars Piguet Tradition minute repeater. The watch is of great sentimental value and was in poor state of repair. The restoration work has meant that it now looks in immaculate condition and keeps perfect time. Agreat job!”
-Dr. Michael O. | Long Island, NY
“I took my Audemars Piguet Royal Oak in for service. The watch never worked properly after many attempts by Audemars at a repair. In short order, Manhattan Time Service fixed the watch at a reasonable price and like magic it works great. It's been several weeks and it keeps great time. Nice guys to boot. A ++++”
- Katie S. H. | Queens, NY
“I just received my Royal Oak from repair and I am just blown away. The watch looks amazing! It truly looks brand new. You folks have my highest endorsement! Kudos! Well done! BRAVO! ”
- Jeffrey C. | Miami, FL
Your watch simply deserves the best care possible. At Manhattan Time, we pay attention to every detail and our work is carried out by a highly-qualified small team of specialists who use the most up-to-date techniques and equipment available in the industry. An extensive series of tests is carried out and a detailed cost estimate is prepared free of charge before any work is completed.
In 1875, two young men living in the heart of the prestige watch-making world, Vallée de Joux, joined forces to launch Audemars, Piguet et Cie. These men, Jules-Louis Audemars, 23, and Edward-Auguste Piguet, 21, both grew up in Le Brassus and knew that the field of watch-making would be their future; although it took until 1882 to register their trademark, Audemars Piguet, and another seven years before the company would be officially founded in southwestern Switzerland.
Their business was organized so that Audemars would produce the component parts for the watch movements and Piguet would make the final regulation of the timepiece. And to this day at least one member of the Audemars and Piguet families sit on the board of directors of Audemars Piguet and either directly or indirectly run the company.
Through their imagination, discipline and determination, they built a highly successful and noteworthy timepiece company that produced some of the most complex pocket-watches of their day.
Audemars Piguet was known widely for the complexity of their watches, including the world’s first minute repeater wristwatch and the smallest five-minute repeater ever available to the public. In 1925, the company unveiled the world’s thinnest pocket watch, at 1.32 millimeters, and followed that with creating a skeleton watch, which had all its moving parts visible through the front or back of the watch.