The Swiss Clock
Founded in 2001 in Lincoln, NE, The Swiss Clock is a fine watch & clock repair company that specializes in repairs & restorations of all types. The Swiss Clock is owned and managed by a Swiss watchmaker trained with Piaget Watch Co. in La Côte-aux-Fées, Switzerland. It’s owner’s purpose is to offer the best service available, starting with common quartz and mechanical movements all the way up to high-end luxury timepieces.
The Swiss Clock takes great pride in its repair and restoration services. Staffed by Swiss watchmakers, we strive to provide the best service available and will stand behind our work. All our complete services carry a minimum of 12 months warranty and we will work with our customers until they are fully satisfied.
Clocks come in all shapes and forms, ranging from simple quartz and electrical movements to complex mechanical timepiece, requiring several months just to assemble. From small table and mantle clocks to tall wall and grandfather clocks, The Swiss Clock will strive to repair each and every clock presented to us.
I took my old standby snorkeling watch to get a new battery. Sam did two tests after replacing the battery to make sure it was still water resistant and the total cost was $10, very reasonable. We have been on the road the past few years and it has been hard for me to find a place that could do the tests. I couldn't believe the place - it is a laboratory! Google maps took us to an address 3 years old! They've moved to the address given here.
The service is amazing and the prices are appropriate. Also, Samuel and his staff are courteous and take the time to do an excellent job. If you are looking for a place with skilled and friendly people to fix your watch you need look no further.
A respected Swiss horologist, who brings interns here from Switzerland, Samuel has rare training, experience, and craft. Lincoln is so lucky to have his business here!
Outstanding service. Samuel is a true gentlemen. I live in New York City where there are watch stores on every corner, but since discovering The Swiss Clock I will use them exclusively. They have repaired 2 watches for me so far and have exceeded my expectations. The pricing is very reasonable as well. You can't go wrong with The Swiss Clock.
Impressive! I sent a Louis Erard chronograph watch to The Swiss Clock for repair. They are listed on the Louis Erard's website as the only and therefore legitimate repair service in the US for their watches. I was extremely impressed by the attention to detail, the high degree of technical competence, refinishing artistry, and speed with which my watch was diagnosed, repaired, and refinished. Fine timepieces take time (no pun) to service, not just because of their intricacy, but because time is what's needed to track their performance after the initial rebuild (and then adjustment and then more time, etc.). Samuel at The Swiss Clock does it right. He is obviously highly skilled, as good as the best watchmakers of Switzerland. I know because the watches I have had repaired over the years are from prestigious brands such as Patek, IWC, Jaeger-Le Coulter, Cartier, Rolex, Baume Mercier, Omega, as well as the lesser but still an automatic Victorinox. I wouldn't hesitate to send your most precious watch to Samuel and the The Swiss Clock.