Important NoticeOur perimeter mall location is temporarily closed. While buiding a new location All repair work can be picked up at our Johns Creek location. We will also take all incoming service at our Johns Creek Location. Please call or text 770-399-6958 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
James and shabana were beyond amazing at helping me with two watches. They were beyond professional and so prompt. Very reasonable prices I will never go anywhere else. Cam
A+++ they will add links and do watch services quickly and with knowledge recommended if in the area.
Another the folks at Omega Jewlery recommended I take my Citizens Navihawk to them since they are a Citizen dealer. Turns out it was a, simple fix, only cost $40 and had my watch back in a week.
Jim Van Namen
This is the best watch repair shop I have ever been to. Dropped off Rolex, Omega, and 2 Seiko watches. James told me as soon as the owner looked at what need to be repaired would call with pricing. A day later received call and satisfied with the estimate gave ok for repairs. Repairs done with in 1 week for the 2 Seiko. The other took longer because he was looking for link for Omega and parts for Rolex. Since Omega no longer made exact band did a search from secondary sources. Found 2 different links but very similar and asked to stop in for my approval. The Rolex was repaired and pick up both. Had problems with clasp on Rolex dropped off and repaired was done at no charge. Pricing for these repairs we very reasonable since I had checked several other jewelers. I highly recommend this jeweler and will use in the future for any repairs and also purchases.
James is awesome and very knowledgeable regarding watches and batteries. He's also very patient and helpful with the customers. Thanks James!
They are a reliable watch repair shop
Solid watch shop. Sometimes they're busy (a good sign), sometimes not.
I took my vintage Gucci in for a new battery/movement and he immediately looked at it and said "oh! One of these!" I wasn't sure if any old watch shop would have experience with these because the case backs are notoriously tough to carefully pry apart.
Got a new movement, the movement failed under warranty and I'm on my way to pick it up with the newly replaced one. No muss no fuss.
this guy knows his stuff. I'd trust a new watch or a vintage one in their hands. They have everything from knock around G shocks to higher end pieces in the shop.