Did you know that Leonardo Jewelers is considered one of North America's leading watch retailers? Our state-of-the-art watch service and repair center - designed with the assistance of one of the leading watch companies in the world - is one of the best in the country. Many of the watch companies we represent consider our watch service center to be an outstanding example of design and functionality. We are an authorized service center of many leading watch brands we carry.
Watch brands that we can service in-house or send to vendor
Breitling · Ulysse Nardin · TAG Heuer · Omega · Tissot
Baume & Mercier · Philip Stein · Jaeger-LeCoultre · IWC
Shinola · David Yurman · All Brands We Sell
If you don't see your particular watch listed here, please contact us to assist you with your watch service or repair needs.
Types of Services Offered
Leonardo Jeweler's offers complete watch repair services at its Monmouth County location. This includes:
- Watch overhauls
- Watch cleanings
- Regulating watch timekeeping
- Bracelet problems
- Watch refinishing
- Watch battery replacements
- Water resistance testing
- Watch crystal replacement
- Watch crown replacement
- Other minor watch repairs
Please contact us to assist you with your watch service or repair needs.
Why do watches with mechanical and automatic movements require periodic maintenance?
In a mechanical watch, gears and moving parts work in seamless harmony to provide exceptional timekeeping. In this world of solid-state technology, it is easy to forget that these mechanical timepieces achieve this through brilliant design and a phenomenal attention to detail. They have moving parts and these parts require lubrication. Over time, the lubrication dries out, and this is the primary reason why one needs periodic maintenance. The periodic maintenance is typically referred to as an “overhaul” or a “complete service.” This involves taking the movement apart and cleaning off the old oil residue from each and every moving part. Once completely cleaned, the movement is reassembled and re-oiled. It then gets recalibrated for proper timekeeping. The exterior of the watch is not forgotten either. It is micro-polished so that the watch looks like new. Most companies recommend that this be done every five to seven years.