PLEASE NOTE: I do not accept packages from outside the UK (outside the UK includes the Channel Islands)

Welcome to Cumbria Watch Repair and the watch blog “28 Days Earlier”

Please scroll down to see the services that are on offer to the public and trade.  I am happy to work on any brand of watch and for most purposes, from repairs and service, to battery changes and glass renewal.

I also offer restoration services for vintage pieces from dials to lume repair, bracelet and case restoration is also within my portfolio.

Watch Services

Watch Services Offered Locally, Nationally & Internationally

I am based in Kendal, Cumbria but have a client list that spans the globe thanks to the connectivity of social media.

Repair & Servicing

Watch servicing is an art, and the general rule of thumb is “every five years” for a fine watch. I am happy to competitively quote for watch servicing.

I offer a full repair service with a free quotation before any work commences. I have a very transparent working practice, and if you wish, you will be kept up to date at all stages of the repair, this is especially useful when the watch is an older model or pocket watch and parts may be hard to source.

Please use the contact form in the first instance.


For an initial enquiry on watch repair and pricing please contact me

For trade pricing please enquire.

Custom Builds

It is often the occasion that you need something a bit special or specific to a vision you have in mind. In the world of watch making anything is possible with enough planning and foresight.

I am happy to discuss any project that you have in mind from a customisation to a complete unique build.


Amelia Earhart, Sir Henry Segrave, Mr Selfridge, and a lost Patek Philippe worth Millions?

A short while ago a fellow Amelia Earhart researcher and fan, Jeffrey Pearce, reached out to me to discuss Amelia Earhart’s watch. We started chatting via email, mostly at first about the known Longines Chronograph, the watch Amelia Earhart wore when she completed her transatlantic crossing. You can see and read about the Longines watch …