WEAR, AND TEAR STRETCH OF YOUR ROLEX BRACELET.
Damaged pins and dirt over time will wear out your Rolex bracelet , without regularly cleaning. With a broken or worn out Jubilee or Oyster bracelet you my lose your watch. Any foreign particles between your links in your Rolex bracelet will grind every time you move your wrist. Over time the fit will be loose and you will experience the space between your links will become more and more stretched out and could break.
Damaged pins and dirt over time will wear out your Rolex bracelet, without regularly cleaning. With a broken or worn out bracelet you my lose your watch. Any foreign particles between your links in your Rolex bracelet will grind every time you move your wrist. Over time the fit will be loose and you will experience the space between your links will become more and more streched out and could break.
WHY RESTORE YOUR BRACELET
Rolex that still is in exact configuration as it was back when leaving the factory will always keep its value better.
All Rolex timepieces have increased a lot in value the past three years. In order to protect your investment a bracelet restoration is a very cost effective way of safe guarding your investment A Rolex in good condition and with original bracelet will keep its value much better. Not forgetting the pleasure of wearing your Rolex in like new condition.
DON"T BUY A NEW ROLEX REPLACEMENT JUST YET.
Don’t buy a replacement band just yet! We can restore your bracelet to look like new. Repair it today at a significantly lower cost, compared to the replacement value involved in the purchase of a new Rolex bracelet.
The complete restoration of your Rolex bracelet will be carefully hand polished and finished. It will look like new and as close to the original manufacturer’s specifications. We can restore all Rolex Bracelet Models, Oyster, Jubilee, President.
One of the two most commonly seen finishes on the case of a watch. A polished, mirror-like finish. This is most commonly achieved by using various polishing wheels and polishing compound. Full polish case looks extremely smart and is most often seen on all watches. Rolex Watches have a polished and a satin brushed finish. The satin finish is done with special Swiss satin wheels. This finish is done on Rolex Oyster bands and Jubilee bands and President bands
The second of the most commonly seen case finishes is brushed. Brushed finishes can vary significantly, but all feature uniform scratches on the case all in the same direction. There are two types of brushed finish. Straight grain, and circular grain. The circular grain is most commonly found on circular parts of the watch, such as the case back or bezel. With straight grain brush on the case back and circular grain surrounding the case back and under the lugs.
Sand or bead blasted finishes are less frequent on luxury watches . Blasting the case with flecks glass much like sand or fine beads gives the case a matte and rugged look. Almost looking like the watch has no finish at all due to the uniform and blank appearance of the case. It is only on very close inspection can the fine grain of the sandblasting process can actually be seen.