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Nesbit's Fine Watch Service on YouTube!

A Bird's Eye View of Servicing Your Watch At Nesbits Fine Watch Service!

The process of servicing a watch can be a beautiful and complex art and when performed correctly will take years of practice and expertise. We wanted to share with our customers and friends a look inside how a watch is serviced. Some movements will be very complicated and elegant, some movements may need total restoration and skill to bring back to life. We'll also touch on case restoration and technique as well. Most videos will be edited to allow for time constraints.

If you have a particular caliber that you would like to see serviced please let us know and we will make note. Enjoy!

Daylight Savings Time at Nesbits Fine Watch Service

Watch KOMO News Interview about Daylight Savings Time!

Nesbit's Fine Watch Service was honored to have been interviewed by KOMO News. This 2007 interview talks about daylight savings time. When Charles Nesbit first opened his store in 1895 there was no daylight savings time. Benjamin Franklin suggested it in 1918, 23 years after Nesbit's opened their first repair shop. For well over 100 years, we have been dedicated to giving our customers the best in the repair and maintenance of their treasured timepieces.

Remember to have your watches cleaned and serviced regularly to ensure many more years of faithful service to you.