Rolex watches are meticulously crafted, paying close attention to even the smallest details. Rolex has been successful in obtaining the chronometer certified accreditation for every watch it sells because to its dedication to quality. These watches must receive the correct maintenance at least every five years in order to maintain their perfection as precise timekeepers. However, it is advised to bring diving watches like the Rolex Submariner and Sea-Dweller to the Rolex Service Center every 18 months to have the watch tested for waterproofness. For more details, please click here rolex swiss clone

In the case of pre-owned Rolex watches, in addition to functioning accuracy, the watch’s look is also given top priority. Because of this, each used Rolex that we sell through a careful restoration procedure to improve both its appearance and functionality.

Your Rolex Will Be Completely Rebuilt at the Rolex Service Center

The authorised locations for servicing Rolex watches are called Rolex Service Centers. They go through a comprehensive overhauling process that begins with Visual Identification Inspection and concludes with Quality Control. Only once a thorough evaluation of the watch’s performance and appearance is done is the servicing started. Let’s examine the steps included in the overhauling procedure in more detail:

  1. Visual Identification Inspection: This is a required step in every Rolex Service Center’s standard operating procedure. Its dual purposes are to track down any stolen Rolexes and spot any fake watch parts. The Service Center will seize the watch in either scenario. In order to guarantee the performance quality of your Rolex, original Rolex parts are also used to repair any aftermarket accessories that have been installed. Both the reference and serial numbers of the watch are noted during the inspection.
  2. A thorough diagnosis of your Rolex is performed by a qualified technician to find any issues with how it looks or functions. A list of all flaws is made by the technician in order to address them later, when servicing is initiated. An initial visual diagnostic is followed by a test to see whether the timekeeping feature is functional. The watch is checked for accuracy during this time by being photographed mechanically for 24 hours in four (or sometimes five) different positions. This thorough inspection paints a clear picture of your Rolex watch’s operating correctness.
  3. Movement and Other Important Rolex Parts Maintenance: The movement is completely disassembled during maintenance in order to fully clean all of its delicate components. A specific solution is utilised to help modify the state of the movement’s lubricants, which may have stiffened. In addition to removing any dirt particles that may have gathered inside the movement, the unique solution also aids in dissolving them. The winding crown and the case tube, among other worn-out components and seals, are replaced with authentic Rolex components at this time.
  4. Cleaning and polishing: The bracelet and oyster case are both hand-cleaned and polished. Additionally, the bracelet is fixed if there are any worn-out components, broken links, or other flaws. Utilizing cutting-edge ultrasonic technology, the Rolex Service Center cleans and polishes the watch to uphold the same standards that Rolex adheres to when producing these timepieces.
  5. Stringent Quality Control Tests: Your Rolex must pass a number of demanding quality tests, including the pressure proof test and the timekeeping test, after receiving a thorough cleaning, polishing, and servicing. The Oyster case is subjected to a pressure proof test without the movement within. This test is conducted using a specialised tank known as a “Mariotte” metre that is fitted with cutting-edge electronics. A vacuum air pressure is established inside the tank to test the watch at its specified depth. On their grounds, Rolex watches are made after undergoing a comparable examination. As a result, you can be confident that your Rolex watch will be of the same quality as a brand-new Rolex after having it serviced at a Rolex Service Center. The watch is installed with the movement, re-lubricated, and checked for timekeeping accuracy after passing the pressure proof test. A unique Rolex tool known as the “Microstella Tool” is used to make tiny adjustments to fix any minor variances if they are present. The watch is then ready for a final pressure proof test in the Mariotte metre vacuum tank after passing this test as well.
  6. Expert’s Final Quality Check: Before delivering the watch to the customer, an expert technician does a final quality check to make sure the timepiece is free of all potential flaws, both in terms of look and functionality.

If the servicing of the watch does not take place during the warranty term, every Rolex Service Center charges the customer overhauling or servicing expenses. They provide a one-year warranty on the serviced Rolex after the work is finished and the money is made. Every Rolex Service Center throughout the world will accept this warranty. It is not advised to have your watch completely overhauled every time you bring it in for service. Your watch may just need partial servicing, such as the replacement of the crystal, stem, or crown, or the refinishing of the dial, depending on its condition.

Rolex watches are restored by pre-owned Rolex dealers.

Before putting a pre-owned Rolex watch up for sale, reputable dealers also give it a thorough overhaul. In order to ensure that they appear, feel, and perform no differently than a brand-new Rolex, they work to repair pre-owned Rolex watches to original Rolex specifications. For instance, neither the interior nor the outside of our watches have any blemishes, wetness, scratch marks, or dust. The pre-owned Rolex watches are cleaned, lubricated, and polished on the inside and out, and a brand-new parabolic sapphire crystal is installed to make them scratch-resistant. Rolex certified watchmakers keep an eye on the aesthetic and functional aspects of these pre-owned Rolex watches and recommend adjustments or replacements as necessary.

The main Rolex components—the case, the caseback, the 150 or so tiny elements of the movement, the winding stem, and the dial—are not changed during the restoration procedure. But if you so like, they provide a wide range of options for the dial surface, bezel, bracelets, lugs, and other external decorative aspects by setting them with fine diamonds. For instance, you may order a personalised watch with a diamond-paved dial, a diamond-studded bezel, or special diamond lugs. We will try our hardest to turn your vision for your watch into a reality.