It’s recommended every 5-7 years and starts with the disassembling of the case and movement. This is followed by a thorough cleaning of all internal movement parts and a complete refinishing of the case and bracelet. Worn parts will be exchanged, the movement reassembled with proper lubrication and regulation of the timing function. This is where the expertise of a certified CW-21 watchmaker comes in: It’s crucial that the correct type and quantity of synthetic oil is used. Also, only a certified watchmaker will have access to factory specified parts, tools and training. After reassembly, the watch is extensively tested for accuracy and water resistance according to the demanding quality standards set by the manufacturer.
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