Hamilton Watch RepairThe Hamilton Watch Co. started up in Lancaster, PA in the middle 1890's from the start, it positioned itself as a manufacturer of quality watches. For about 50 years, over 50% of the pocket watches it produced were the high grade necessary for use in the railroad market. At least two of its railroad grade watches were produced in quantities of more than a half of a million each over a period of decades. Hamilton was successful through the 1920s, buying the Illinois Watch Co. in 1928. Production ceased in the U.S. in 1969, although watches were still be assembled from parts and finished for several more years. The Swatch group now owns it.
If you want your fine timepiece to last a lifetime you should have it serviced regularly. Hamilton recommends this be done every 4-5 years. Here are the 2 types of repair Hamilton recommends.
Repairing your Hamilton Watch
Partial Maintenance (whenever the battery is changed)
If you love your Hamilton watch and want to have it repaired I am happy to discuss this with you anytime. Just give me a call or send a quick email! If you love your Hamilton watch and want to have it repaired I am happy to discuss this with you anytime. Just give me a call or send a quick email!
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