About Joseph Roth : Swiss-Trained Master Watchmaker

You fill out a form with your name, number and brief description of your watch. Get Started >>
Our WOSTEP Certified Watchmaker (Joe) will contact you with a preliminary watch repair estimate.
If you approve the estimate, we will send you a pre-paid and insured FedEx shipping label.
Drop off your watch at any FedEx® or FedEx® Office location and ask for a receipt.
When we receive your watch, we’ll take a look at it and then contact you to confirm the original estimate.

With your approval, we will repair your watch and ship it back to you fully insured in one of our special zipped travel cases.

If you decide not to proceed with the repair, we will ship your watch back fully insured at no charge in one of our special zipped travel cases.

Our QualificationsJoseph Roth is a Swiss-trained Master Watchmaker, he earned a WOSTEP Certificate, a Technical Certificate, and is a member of the American Watchmakers-Clockmakers Institute.
View Qualifications Here >>
Featured TestimonialsRead what our customers say about our service. “When I received my Rolex watch, it looks just like it did when my husband bought it for me many years ago. I love it.”
More Testimonials Here >>
Before and After PhotosHere you can view some of our client photos showing the condition of their watch both before and after service.
View Photos Here >>

Luxury Watch Service was founded by Joseph Roth, a Swiss-trained Master Watchmaker who has earned both the internationally-recognized WOSTEP Certificate and a Rolex Technical Certificate and is a member of the American Watchmakers-Clockmakers Institute.
From a very early age Joseph Roth was fascinated by everything mechanical; he loved the grease and the moving parts that went with bicycles, cars and motorcycles. It was a prospect that didn’t make his mother too happy and compelled her to often spice their conversations with comments like: “You know your great uncle just loves being a watchmaker, it is so interesting… such a wonderful profession. And watches are the most mechanical of all mechanical things.” Joseph would simply listen, wondering how his mother could even think that watches had anything to do with mechanics!

It wasn’t until he began high school that he had any practical exposure to the world of watchmaking. A class was being offered and he decided to try
his hand at it to see if watches were as mechanical as he had been told so many times. It happens that watchmaking turned out to be a lot more interesting than he had anticipated. Moreover, not only did he demonstrate a talent for it, they allowed his class to fix the students’ watches and to charge them a modest fee.

This was just the perfect blend for his enterprising spirit, and the dye was cast. Another watchmaker was born into the Roth family. Naturally, he wanted to further explore everything related to watches and to perfect his ability. This interest led him to Switzerland, where he enrolled in the most prestigious watchmaking school, WOSTEP in Neuchatel (see below), and spent time learning from the very best in the trade.

Subsequently, he returned to Miami and began working with some of the top jewelry houses as an independent-contractor watchmaker, and was sent to  New York for special training. In recent years Joseph has completed a series of courses with AWCI (American Watchmakers-Clockmakers Institute) and Rolex on different watch movements to further develop and fuel his passion for watches.