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Rolex Watch Repair Service and Watchmaking

With over 30 years of experience in repairing all models and makes Rolex ever produced.

Rolex Movement Cleaning


Crystal Repair

  • Certified Rolex Watchmakers

    38 years of watchmaking practice

  • 1 Year After Service Warranty

    Worry free 365 day warranty period

  • 100% Genuine Parts

    Sourced from Rolex Dealers

  • Free FedEx Insured Shipping

    Safe and Secure delivery method

  • Free Repair Quote

    Rush estimate from a Watchmaster

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What they are saying about our services

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“Job done as it was advertised. Rolex GMT Master needed the full overhaul. Jacob emailed me at all times re its progress. These people are no b/s merchants and they do exactly what it says on the tin. My watch is like new and I knew I was paying craftspeople of the top echelon to complete the work. I highly recommend them.”

-Bart K. | Manhattan, NY

“Had a great "time" here! I came in about a month ago to pick up a new Zulu strap for one of my watches. The watch was a beautiful hand-me-down Rolex Explorer II and though it holds a lot of sentimental value to me I wanted to start wearing it with something that wasn't a metal band.”

- Derek C. | New York

“A friend recommended I bring my Rolex into Manhattan Time Service to be serviced and maintained. All the work performer was explained and finished in the time frame promised. My watch looks brand new and the price was reasonable compared to other leading retailers. Also came with a 1 year warranty. I'd go back.”

- Bryn M. | PA

Bulova Accutron Spaceview from 1970's overhauled and replaced coil, keeping great time!

Breitling Emergency Chrono serviced and tested the SOS module at 121.5MHZ frequency

A hand-finished painting on a mother of pearl surface featured on the Arnold & Son East India Company set timepiece in for a case restoration

The Royal Blue Greubel Forsey Tourbillon 24 seconds just in for a tune-up

Patek Philippe Sky Moon Tourbillon 5002R dismantled and awaiting repair by our master watchmaker Mitchell Lodowski

LeCoultre Futurematic Backwind Power Reserve dating back to 1950's prepped for service

Graham Lightning 1/8 Split Second Chronograph overhauled, tested and adjusted

Vintage JLC Bumper Powermatic assembled after cleaning and oiling

Omega Single Pusher Chronostop 1968 caliber 865 movement after overhaul

Omega Chronostop 1968 - cal. 865 macro closeup during servicing

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Our Expertise at fixing Rolex watches

Manhattan Time Services founder Mitchell Lodowski and our highly qualified team of watchmakers are in the position to carry out all restoration work or repairs on Rolex watches. Each watch sent to us is examined by a master watchmaker, and a series of detailed tests are carried out before any work is done. A free estimate is also prepared before we begin work so you will know what to expect in terms of time and cost.

The work on your Rolex watch is carried out by a small team of specialists using up-to-date techniques and equipment. We always give special attention to your Rolex timepiece while it is in our care. We use only genuine Rolex components when required for replacement.

Historical Infomation

Rolex SA was started under interesting terms. It was founded by a non-Swiss, non-watchmaker under a different name than Rolex, but that did not stop Rolex from later becoming one of the most famous (and most counterfeited) watches in history.

In 1905, Hans Wilsdorf, a German, founded Wilsdorf & Davis with his brother-in-law, Alfred Davis. It would be three years before Wilsdorf registered the trademark, “Rolex,” and opened an office in La Chaux-de-Fonds. The company name, Rolex, was finally registered in 1915, and rumor is that the name came from the French phrase, “hologerie exquise,” which means “exquisite watch industry.”

In 1931, Rolex unveiled its first self-winding Rolex wristwatch, powered by an internal mechanism that relied on the movement of the owner’s arm. This meant that the need to wind the watch was unnecessary and it kept the power from the mainspring more consistent and reliable.

Rolex was also the first to create a wristwatch capable of water resistance to 100m (330 feet). Hans Wilsdorf’s fascination with timekeeping under water led him to specially making a Rolex watch that attached to the side of the Trieste bathyscape, which explored the bottom of the Mariana Trench. The Rolex watch not only survived the exploration, but kept perfect time during its descent and ascent to the surface.

Manhattan Time Service
2 W 46th St #308 New York, NY 10036
(212) 840-0441
Manhattan Time Servic
2 W 46th St #308 New York, NY 10036
(212) 840-0441
our hours: Monday - Friday, 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM