Mail-In Watch Repair

Mail-In Repair Service to Fix or Adjust Your Watch

Our process is easy, fast and guaranteed. At Fast-Fix our skilled watch repair technicians get it right. Send us your watch today!

Our Simple Process


Get a free estimate of the cost to adjust or repair your watch from one of our professional watch repair technicians.


Accept your quoted price then package your watch and send to us.


Our technician inspects your watch, informs you if any issue and then performs the requested adjustment or repair.


Your watch adjustment or repair is given a final inspection, packaged and shipped back to you usually within 24 to 48 hours.

Fast-Fix’s mail-in watch repair service is the most reliable and convenient way to repair your watch. We focus on rapid turnaround merged with the highest quality of craftsmanship. The process is simple: get a quote, mail in your watch and our team will fix your watch and send it back to you with a 1 year warranty.

Why Choose Us For Your Watch Repair?

  • Quality

    Our professional watch repair technicians are highly skilled and our repairs are backed by a 1 year warranty.

  • FREE Shipping

    We provide shipping both to our facilities and back to your home or business.

  • Communication

    We email you whenever there is any progress on your watch repair, from us receiving your watch through returning it to you.

  • FAST Service

    Once we receive your watch we usually repair and ship it back to you with 24 to 48 hours.

  • Affordable

    Our repairs start as low as $15 with most repairs costing less than $60. Far less than the cost of most new watches.

What Our Customers Say

Well I brought an old Bulova watch that probably wasn’t worth fixing. They didn’t mind taking it in to fix. It needed a couple things to make right, they never tried to sell me anything. They were VERY reasonable and more than that they really seemed to care about a watch that had little monetary value but to me was priceless. Not only would I recommend them but I will again drive past a bunch of other jewelry stores to use their services again.

— Joseph Collins