Bulgari Watch Repair | Trained and Certified by Bvlgari
It is recommended that the service of your Bvlgari
watch be performed every four years, at a minimum. And if your luxury timepiece is exposed to water, through submersion or exposure to rain, it is best to have it checked annually by a master watchmaker to ensure the gaskets and oils are intact and not dried out. Your watch runs 24/7 and is built from fragile internal components. Regular periodic maintenance will keep it running in its best shape.
Our Expertise at Fixing Bulgari Watches
Bulgari watches are highly-sophisticated luxury timepieces. Any restoration work or repairs should only be handled by our qualified watchmakers who understand and have experience with every level of detail a Bulgari watch offers. Our small, qualified team of experts only uses the most up-to-date techniques and equipment currently available in the industry, and each member of our team receives continuous training in order to improve the level of service we can offer our customers. Every watch sent to us is closely examined by a master watchmaker, and each goes through a series of closely-monitored tests so we can prepare a free detailed estimate before any work is completed. We give your Bulgari watch all the attention it demands while it is in our care.
Services We Provide for Bulgari Watches
- Complete Service \ OH
- Replace any faulty watch parts
- Check whether the watch parts function correctly, check for rust or wear
- Assemble and lubricate the movement in accordance with the instructions
- Movement functioning check
- Calibration of the mechanism
- Demagnetize the movement, if needed
- Crystal Replacement
- Hands Replacement
- Gasket Replacement
- Stem and crown replacement
- Dial replacement or refinishing
- Ultrasound cleaning of the case and bracelet
- Watchbands & Strap Replacements
- Pressure test to factory specifications
- General quality control
Bulgari Models We Repair
- Bulgari Assioma
- Bulgari B.Zero
- Bulgari Diagono
- Bulgari Ergon
- Bulgari Ipno
- Bulgari Lucea
- Bulgari Rettangolo
- Bulgari Solotempo
- Bulgari Sotiro
- Bulgari Tubogus
Bulgari (sometimes written in a Roman style – BVLGARI) was founded by Sotirio Voulgaris in the small village of Epirus, Greece. Voulgaris descended from a family of Greek silversmiths and began his career as a jeweler. By 1881 he moved to Rome, via Corfu and then Naples, where he would launch Bulgari and open his second shop in Sistina in 1884, selling unique ornaments that gained fame after being sold in front of the French Academy on the Pincio. Voulgaris’ first shop can still be found today in Epirus.
Although Bulgari’s reputation was built on producing fine jewelry, the company has also produced some of the world’s finest luxury watches. First offering watches in the 1940s, Bulgari now bases about a third of its business on its fine watches. The company produces its own calibers and parts, which include many highly complicated mechanical pieces. A team of top watchmakers sees each watch through its production, from initial sketches to its timekeeping fruition.
What Makes Bulgari Unique
Bulgari watches are a flawless union between an unmistakable Italian artistry and fine Swiss watchmaking. As Bulgari gives a nearly clinical approach to selecting the right materials and colors suited for the watches they produce, a Bulgari watch is where form, function and beauty meet.