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  • Certificate of completing the Swatch Group Service Provider Training by Mitchell Lodowski
  • Member of the National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors certificate
  • Mitchell Lodowski certificate of completing the American Watchmakers-Clockmakers Institute

Our happy customer

    I have an extensive collection of fine watches, including minute repeaters, tourbillions, perpetual calendars and various astrological complications. For many years my timepieces, that required service, were returned to the factories in Switzerland...Read more
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    Chief Executive Officer
    Prior to the holidays, I brought in a Vintage 14K gold Omega bracelet watch that had stopped running. You were successful in locating the broken part, replacing it, cleaning it, and fixing it...Read more
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Hamilton Watch Repair, Battery Change & Watch Bands

Service Recommendations for Hamilton Watches

It is recommended that Hamilton watches be checked by a professional at least every one to two years to ensure optimal reliability and long life. Like all precise instruments, a Hamilton watch needs the attentive care of a qualified technician, and to ensure that the watch maintains its water-resistance, its sealing features should be tested at every checkup.

Our Expertise at Fixing Hamilton Watches

The art of restoring Hamilton watches is a rare and delicate practice, and it should only be carried out by knowledgeable, well-trained master watchmakers. Our small team of experts at Manhattan Time Service uses the most up-to-date techniques and equipment available in the industry, and each member of the team receives continuous training in order to improve the level of service we can offer our customers. Every Hamilton watch sent to us is meticulously examined by a master watchmaker and each receives a series of closely monitored tests, which allows us to prepare a free detailed estimate before any work is completed.

Services We Provide for Hamilton Watches

  • Complete Service \ OH
  • Replace any faulty watch parts with original Hamilton 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 (if available)
  • Gasket replacement
  • Stem and crown replacement (if available)
  • Dial replacement or refinishing (if available)
  • Ultrasound cleaning of the case and bracelet
  • Watchbands & Strap replacements
  • Polishing
  • Pressure test to factory specifications

Hamilton Models We Repair

  • Modern Hamilton Watches
  • - Hamilton Aviation
  • - Hamilton Chrono Quartz
  • - Hamilton Field
  • - Hamilton GMT AIR Race
  • - Hamilton JazzMaster
  • - Hamilton Khaki Eto
  • - Hamilton Navy
  • - Hamilton Pilot
  • - Hamilton Pioneer
  • - Hamilton Seaviw 1000ft
  • - Hamilton Slim
  • - Hamilton Valiant Auto
  • - Hamilton Ventura
  • Vintage Hamilton Watches
  • - Hamilton Cranston
  • - Hamilton Cushion Form
  • - Hamilton Endicott
  • - Hamilton Gilbert
  • - Hamilton GS Tropical
  • - Hamilton Robert
  • - Hamilton Thinline 3001
  • - Hamilton Timeless Classic
  • - Hamilton Vardon

Historical Info

A truly American company, the Hamilton Watch Company was founded in 1892 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Developing the series of pocket watches known as Broadway Limited, or later as the “Watch of Railroad Accuracy,” Hamilton’s railroad pocket watches put a near stop to the epidemic of serious railroad accidents.

During the 1920s, Hamilton was awarded the prestigious task of supplying wristwatches to the US Armed Forces. The first of these wristwatches was used by General “Black Jack” Pershing and his troops who were fighting in trenches in Europe. During WWII, Hamilton halted all production of its consumer watches to concentrate its efforts on producing one million watches for US soldiers.

Hamilton was also the first to produce a marine chronometer via modern manufacturing methods, and roughly 10,000 Hamilton marine chronometers experienced direct action in World War II.

Technological Advancements

Hamilton released a breakthrough in the industry in 1957 by unveiling the Ventura, the world’s first electric (battery-powered) watch, which reached stardom in 1961 when Elvis Presley wore the watch in the film, Blue Hawaii.

What Makes Hamilton Watches Unique

Hamilton watches embody the true American spirit of uniqueness, style and functionality and led the way for 21st century watchmaking. Hamilton watches not only served its country and supported US troops, but they have gained notoriety through appearances in over 300 different movies.