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 ABOUT JACK'S WATCH REPAIR
Since 2002,  Jack's Watch Repair has maintained many satisfied repeat retail and jewelry trade customers.  We are very proud to say that several well known national stores refer their own customers to our shop.  We have earned their trust by treating customers  with respect  while consistently delivering a quality product at a reasonable price.   Let Jack's Watch Repair earn your business today!

Services offered:
-Battery and Capacitor Changes
-Band and Strap Repair
-Crystals Genuine / Custom Cut
-Dial and Hands
-Stem and Crown / Push Buttons
-Case Sealing
-Water Resistance Testing
-Movement Overhauls
-Mechanical to Quartz Conversions
-Case / Band Polishing 
 
Benefits:
-Quality Repairs and Service
-Genuine or Generic Parts
-Work is Guaranteed
-Honest Customer Service
-Personal Price Quotes
-Better Turnaround Time

About Water Resistance:
The condition of the gaskets (back, crown and pushers), crystal, setting crown and case can adversley affect the water resistance of your watch.  If you swim regularly with your watch, these items  should be checked by a watchmaker at least 1-2 times a year.  

The crown and pushers are most vulnerable to leaks. Watches with a "screw down" crown provide the best protection.
 
Tiny cracks and chips in the crystal can cause leaks which can damage the dial, hands and more.  At the frist sign of condensation or fogging under the crystal, have your watch serviced immediately.
   
Leaks in the back of the watch are usually caused by missing or worn gaskets.  Always have your battery replaced by a watchmaker to ensure that worn gaskets are properly replaced.  Avoid discount battery places as they pay little attention to worn gaskets.  In general, watches with a srew down back or that have screws provide better protection.

Hot Tubs / Sauna / HOT Bath or Shower:
NEVER EVER WEAR YOUR WATCH IN A HOT TUB OR ANYTHING WITH HOT WATER!   The extreme heat will likely ruin your watch!

Water Resistance General Guidelines:
Always refer to your owners manual for water resistance useage and maintenance.  The water resistance of your watch should be marked on the case back. 

"Water Resistant" or 30 meters (100 ft) /3 ATM /3 BAR
Accidental splashes only, don't submerge.

50 meters (165 ft) / 5 ATM / 5 BAR
Showering or Swimming in shallow water.


100 meters (330 ft) / 10 ATM / 10 BAR
Swimming and Snorkeling.


150 meters (500 ft) / 15 ATM / 15 BAR 
 Scuba Diving.


200 meters (660 ft) / 20 ATM / 20 BAR
Deep Sea Diving. 

 

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