Service Recommendations for Vacheron Constantin Watches
It is recommended that your Vacheron Constantin watch receive a complete service every four to five years by a highly-qualified, professional watch technician. If your Vacheron Constantin watch is one with complications, it is highly recommended that a complete service be performed more regularly - every 3-4 years. The exact schedule for maintenance, however, ultimately depends on how your Vacheron Constantin watch is used, the climate in which it is used and the activities to which it has been exposed.
Our Expertise at Fixing Vacheron Constantin Watches
The art of restoring Vacheron Constantin watches is a rare and delicate practice, and it should only be carried out by knowledgeable, well-trained master watchmakers. Our professional technicians take the utmost care with the complex inner-workings of your mechanical watch. Every routine check-up in our workshop comprises of many individual steps: the watch is carefully dismantled, dried lubricant is removed from the jewels, all parts are cleaned in various solutions, then the movement is assembled and lubricated with specific oils, and finally the escapement is newly regulated and the seals are replaced. As is our promise, we will always give your Vacheron Constantin watch the attention it demands while it is in our care.
Services We Provide for Vacheron Constantin Watches
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Replace any faulty watch parts (if available)
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 (if available)
Hands Replacement (if available)
Stem and crown replacement (if available)
Dial replacement or refinishing (if available)
Ultrasound cleaning of the case and bracelet
Watchbands & Strap Replacements (if available)
Pressure test to factory specifications
Vacheron Constantin Models We Repair
Vacheron Constantin Malte series
Vacheron Constantin Overseas series
Vacheron Constantin Patrimony series
Vacheron Constantin Power Reserve
Vacheron Constantin Royal Eagle series
Vacheron Constantin Toledo 1952
Founded in Geneva, Switzerland, in 1755 by Jean-Marc Vacheron, the Vacheron Constantin watch company is officially the oldest watch manufacturer in the world that boasts an uninterrupted history. The founder, Jean-Marc, was not only a savvy businessman, but he was also a very talented craftsman and well-read humanist. By 1770, Vacheron had created its first complication, or a feature beyond just displaying hours, minutes and seconds, and by 1779 the company had produced its first engine-turned dial. Now well over two centuries later, Vacheron Constantin has a legacy of producing some of the finest high-grade timepieces in the world.
Vacheron Constantin is a watch manufacturer founded on a dedication to blending science and art in the field of timekeeping. The company’s watches are known for their sophisticated craftsmanship and adherence to tradition. They are behind many of the “firsts” in watch manufacturing industry.
What Makes Vacheron Constantin Unique
Many of Vacheron Constantin’s watches bear the prestigious Hallmark of Geneva, a true and rare privilege for any watch manufacturer. Always pushing the limit in watch-related research, Vacheron Constantin was also the first company to produce a nonmagnetic timepiece able to withstand magnetic fields.
Vacheron Constantin unveiled two new in-house calibers, one of which powers the new Vacheron Constantin Patrimony Traditionnelle World Time model, which displays all of the world’s time zones (37 instead of 24) – thereby making it the first to include all the cities with a ½ hour and ¼ hour offset. This timepiece is a unique marvel set in a beautiful dial.