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Rolex Watch Repair - New York, NYWelcome to Ron Gordon Watch Repair. My watch shop is conveniently located in Midtown New York City.  My workshop is  equipped with modern state of the art machinery to handle all phases of watch repair,  water resistance testing and case and bracelet refinishing. I have over 30 years of experience and  knowledge  with the  tools to do the job right. All work is done in house.  If you are looking for professional Rolex watch repair in NY, NY, please bring your Rolex to my shop for a free estimate or call / email.  I can conduct certified repairs on your Rolex that will have it working superlatively!

Rolex Watch Repair and Service, New York, NY

Hans Wilsdorf founded the company we now know as Rolex in 1905. Born in Kulmbach, Germany in 1881, the company, Wilsdorf & Davies, was based in London. By 1908 it had become one of the leading watch companies in the UK. It was in this year that he coined the name Rolex.

1931 saw the creation of the Perpetual Rotor, a mechanism now seen as the basis for self-winding movements. In the following years Rolex released the first Oyster Perpetual Ladydate (1954) the GMT Master with dual time zone function (1955) and the first Day-Date (1956).

Andre Heiniger took over the company following the death of Hans Wildorf on 06 July 1960. Rolex continued to invent and innovate in terms of technical skill and style throughout the 2nd half of the century. The Sea-dweller (1967) was certified as reaching depths of up to 1,220 meters making it the choice for Professional Divers – a point that was quickly adopted in advertising the model. The Explorer II (1978) and Cosmograph Daytona (1988) were also released to international waiting lists securing Rolex as one of the worlds most prestigious watch brands.


Note: Rolex is one of the most popular luxury watch brands.  Read my blog for my top ten list of ways to spot a fake Rolex.  Skeptical about your Rolex?  Contact me for advise on how to purchase a genuine, authorized Rolex.  You’ll be glad you did!

Repairing your Rolex Watch in NYC

Rolex watches are among the top rated watches in the world. But like any fine automobile they must have the proper servicing in order to work accurately.  Rolex recommends this be done every 3-5 years.

The following is a complete watch maintenance service for a Rolex watch:

  • Complete disassembly of the movement and repair or replace any worn or damaged with genuine Rolex parts.
  • Reassembled the watch, oil and regulate time to Rolex factory specifications.
  • Restore water resistance to Rolex factory requirement by replacing all gaskets.
  • Reassembled the watch, oil and regulate time to Rolex factory specifications.
  • Restore water resistance to Rolex factory requirement by replacing all gaskets.
  • The case and bracelet are refinished to Rolex manufacturer specs.
  • Visual and technical inspection and then a final 72 hour analysis.

Rolex watches are high-quality timepieces, and I am happy to discuss your individual needs in terms of Rolex watch repair. Just give me a call or send a quick email!

Other Watch Brands – Repair and Service

Ron Gordon Watches also repair other watch brands such as Rolex, Omega, Tag Heuer, Rado, Longines, Hamilton, Tissot, Mido, Certina, Breitling, and other major luxury watch brands. If you are a lover of luxury watches and/or need luxury watch repair, please reach out to Ron Gordon, personally, to repair your beloved timepiece!

About Downton Manhattan History, New York City, NY

The New York Stock Exchange began in 1792 as a result of the Buttonwood Agreement, under which several brokers agreed to trade securities for commissions. At this time there were only five securities traded in NYC, three of which were government bonds created to finance the Revolutionary War. The other two were bank stocks, with Bank of America as the first listed stock on the NYSE. The exchange began to grow in the early 1800s and in 1817 a constitution with stock exchange rules and regulations was developed. The organization was given a formal name, the New York Stock & Exchange Board, and office space was rented on Wall Street. The name was changed to the New York Stock Exchange in 1863.