Swiss Luxury Rolex Watch Repair in St. Louis

In-House Repairs

Rolex Watch Repair in St Louis

Crown & Stem Repair 

Crystal Replacement 

Watch Band Or Clasp Repair 

Polishing Band & Case  

Fast turnaround

All work done in house

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Only trust an expert experienced to handle your Rolex. Watch Technicians are experienced and provide high quality servicing to any Rolex piece. We provide quality Rolex watch repair in St Louis and its surrounding areas.

Rolex watches are the most popular watch brand in the world. Known for their superior quality and elegant shapes. They’re based in Geneva, Switzerland, known for using pure metals for its watchmaking.

Hundreds of collectors every year flock to Switzerland for the opportunity to find a vintage Rolex somewhere in pawn shops and old estate sales.


The cost of the repairs depends on the services provided. Other factors include the age and condition of the watch. For most modern Rolex watches, a complete overhaul from a certified Rolex repair center can range anywhere between $399 and up.

Smaller repairs and minor restoration work can range anywhere from $100 to $800 depending on the age and condition of the watch. It is wise to have your watch inspected before the service appointment. We need to evaluate the condition, potential damages to the watch, and if the timepiece is secondhand or previously owned.

New watches will not need servicing for at least a 3-5 years if the timepiece is cared for and properly wound.

A vintage or secondhand timepiece will need evaluation as soon as possible. We need to ensure the watch is in working condition and assess damages to any of the internal mechanisms.

Vintage Rolex watch repair may cost more than this estimate. It depends on the inlays, condition of the band, and functionality of the timepiece’s internal mechanisms.

Your Rolex watch needs evaluation for necessary repairs and maintenance before a technician services it. Rolex watches that are damaged or malfunctioning and are still within their warranty may be covered by the manufacturer.

If your watch is past its warranty period, a certified Watch Technician can evaluate the damages and estimate the Rolex watch repair services in Des Peres.

Is It Worth Repairing a Rolex Watch?

Depending on the situation, a Rolex repair may cost more than the original purchase price. Nonetheless, the repair service might be worthwhile if you have a high-value luxury piece, a vintage model, or an heirloom with sentimental value.

In addition, a repair can be rewarding if you plan on selling the refurbished Rolex for a significant profit. Otherwise, opting for a cheaper replacement might make more sense. You can turn to us for your watch valuation needs and professional insight concerning repairs.

The Cost of a New Rolex

While purchasing a new Rolex might be cheaper than having an older damaged Rolex repaired, be sure to figure regular maintenance costs into the price of the new watch. Every timepiece requires regular maintenance to increase its service life and minimize repairs — which can be costly.

Consider all these costs before making your final decision. When the time comes for your regular maintenance or repair needs, you can count on Watch Technicians for quality watch repair services.

How Often Should Your Rolex Watch Be Serviced?

You should clean and oil your watch every five years per Rolex recommendations. While watchmakers like Rolex make world-class pieces, every watch will eventually require cleaning and lubrication services to help avoid friction within moving parts and avert malfunctions.

If you overlook servicing your valuable timepieces, the lubricants will harden and cause friction that impacts the gear movements. The result is wear and tear that can damage the delicate moving parts over time.

Don’t wait for a problem before servicing your timepiece. Watch Technicians is here to help you maintain your Rolex watch and prolong its timekeeping accuracy.


Rolex’s are known for their hefty price tag. It’s no wonder that many will try to pass off fake ones as the real thing.

There are many things you can check for, but we recommend bringing it in to us so we can verify its authenticity.

A few of the known identifiers include:

  1. The crown logos.
  2. Serial Number.
  3. The smooth second hand.
  4. The case back should be free of markings including etchings or engravings.
  5. Ensure its authenticity and bring yours in to Watch Technicians today.


Our team is ready to assist you for all of your Rolex servicing needs.

If you have questions, click here to see our locations, find our closest store to you, and contact our team.