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Ohio Watch Repair. Specializing in Rolex Watch Repair and Swiss Watch Repair
Ohio Watch Repair. Specializing in Rolex Watch Repair and Swiss Watch Repair

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$100.00 Minimum Repair

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Member of American Watchmakers Institute

We are a highly trained and experienced Watch Repair service facility specializing in Rolex watch repair, Rolex watch restoration, and Grade A Swiss Watch Repair with over 20 years experience.

 Rolex Watch Repair, Breitling Repair, Cartier Repair, Rado Repair, Ebel Repair, Bertolucci Repair, Concord Repair, Bulova Repair, Omega Repair, Geneve Repair, Accutron Repair, Movado Repair, Tissot Repair, Baume Mercier & More!
 Member American Watchmakers Institute - Ohio Watch Repair 
S. Andrew Wahl Watchrepair - Member AWCI
About Watch and Clock Makers

AWCI is a not-for-profit trade association of watch & clock makers and trades people dedicated to the advancement of horology. The Institute provides extensive educational and technical services for its members and referral services for the general public.

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AWCI is the premier professional international organization dedicated to preserving and promoting the highest standards of workmanship in the horological crafts. It is the role of AWCI to set the standard of excellence to be applied to the quality of instruction for both the repair and restoration practices that are taught worldwide to watch and clock makers.

AWCI logoFormed out of the watch industry, AWCI was organized in 1960 as the American Watchmakers Institute (AWI) as this nation's first unified horological organization. It combined the members of the United Horological Association of America (UHAA) with those of the Horological Institute of America (HIA) to form AWI. However, with the continual influx of clock related interest into the organization, a name change was recommended by the Affiliate Chapters in 1992 and was formally changed in 2003 to American Watchmakers-Clockmakers Institute.

AWCI is currently located in Harrison, Ohio (suburb of Cincinnati) including headquarter offices, training class rooms, research library and museum.

Watch & Clock Makers Referral Directory

AWCI provides a valuable service on its web site called a Referral Directory where you can find experienced and certified watch and clock makers in your area who can repair your timepiece if that is the purpose of your inquiry. You can also find member dealers who are dedicated to supporting the horological industry and sell quality timepieces to the public. Finally, watch and clock makers can find associates of the trade here.

The history of AWCI began with the early guilds and watchmaker associations that laid the foundation upon which AWCI is based. America's first watchmakers society was probably the New Yorker Uhrmachers Verein, organized on March 26, 1866, by German immigrant watchmakers located in New York City. In the 1930s it was reorganized as the Horological Society of New York. Next, a group of Chicago watchmakers formed the American Horological Society in June of 1892. On August 13, 1917, the Associated Watchmakers of America was formed. The Horological Institute of America was established on October 20-21, 1921. In the time when the country was in a devastating economic depression, the United Horological Association of America was formed in May 1934. This was when the National Recovery Act with its industry codes on hours and wages was causing much confusion in the watchmaking industry. Formal discussions of merging UHAA and HIA began in May 1957, culminating with the formation of AWI in June 1960.

During the years 1965-1967, the Research and Education Council (REC) was created to strengthen the relationship between AWI and those schools throughout the country which gave instructions in timepiece repair. Nine of the country's most progressive horology schools joined to start the group.

At the 1969 annual meeting, for the first time AWI's Affiliate Chapters were given an opportunity to discuss their mutual problems in advance and then offered suggestions to the AWI Board. It was felt that this approach would enable AWI to be more responsive to the needs of all members. This practice continues today.

On September 28, 1971, AWI established a separate branch of the Institute to be known as The AWI Education, Library and Museum Charitable Trust (ELM Trust). The purpose of the trust was : 1) To lend all practical assistance to schools who engage in the teaching of horology. 2) To establish a horological library. 3) To establish a horological museum. 4) To encourage and assist students in their horological studies.

In 1975 AWI purchased their first headquarters building, a former bank building on a corner in Cheviot's business district (suburb of Cincinnati, Ohio). It was a fine dignified granite and stone structure. It was refurbished and occupied in 1976.

In January 1977, the first monthly issue of Horological Times (HT) was published. It replaced the previous bimonthly AWI News. HT featured original technical articles written by leading horologists, timely articles on trends in the industry, editorials and association news.

In 1995, AWI moved its headquarters to a new building at its current location in Harrison, Ohio.

We are a highly trained and experienced Watch Repair service facility specializing in Rolex watch repair, Rolex watch restoration, and Grade A Swiss Watch Repair with over 20 years experience.

Watch received today - my wife was speechless.  We trust your work on the inside, we see your work on the outside of her Rolex.  Thanks very much for your work, we are very pleased.  I put your business card in my watch box so I know how to contact you next time.  James W., Buckingham, PA.

Thank you, I feel very confortable and confident that the watch will turn out awesome!!  I appreciate your communication and updates. I would say that your communication, advice and customer service is incredible and would be more than happy to serve as reference.   Bob Ramirez, GA.

Wow!  They look GREAT!  Thanks!  Got here safe and sound and both run well.
Worth the time and cost.... very happy customer here Mate!!! Warm regards,   Ed Moore, FL.

I had my date-just for 20 year and this is the second time that I needed it to be maintained. He did the same repair that "Rolex" would do, but I had my watch in 2 weeks not 2-3 months when Rolex does it. He consistently kept me informed of receiving the watch, status of repairs, and shipping. WOW talk about keeping me informed! When I received it, is noticed how well he polished it up making it look brand new! After 5 days, the time is with in 1 seconds of the world clock (internet); can't say the factory was that accurate. HIGHY RECOMMEND Ohio Watch Repair for maintaining a Rolex or any other watch.  Fran Milbower, Mason, OH
Good morning, Andy. Just received my Rolex.  It looks absolutely brand spanking new.  I have saved your business cards and I will pass them along to friends.  Thank you!   Wendy W Jakmus, Athens, OH.
Thanks Andy. The Rolex watch looks great. Very professional.  Tim Kirby, Centerville, OH.
Hi Andy, My Rolex arrived in great shape and I want to thank you for your professional attention to my timepieces. It is very much appreciated and I shall be back to you with any future worries. In the meantime I'm recommending you to friends and relatives, as I should. Thanks again.   Dick Pishel, Miami FL.
Good morning, Andy. Received the watch on Saturday afternoon and it looks great.  Running perfectly.  I appreciate the work.  I've had it serviced once before with an outfit in Florida, and your service, communication, and attention to detail far exceed what I received the first time ( I knew I should have stayed with my home state).  Thanks again for your help  Jacob Schmidt, Plain City, Ohio
Just wanted to thank you for your assistance and patience with my many questions. The watch runs like a charm and looks better than the day I purchased it.  Awesome job.  It was a distinct pleasure working with you and will certainly do so in the future. Know that you will be my first recommendation to anyone in need of repair of a fine time piece.  
Thanks once again and best of  fortune in the future.  Mike Hogya, Cincinnati, Ohio
Shattered the octagonal crystal of my personally valuable watch and no replacement available from manufacturer. Assessed both local and web options ...and... chose Ohio Watch Repair based on reviews. I'm glad I did! Andy's specially fabricated crystal and work are outstanding. Moreover, their service was both prompt and reasonably priced with good E-mail communications. Nice to know this kind of excellent, old-fashioned craftsmanlike service still exists.   Dick Mc Pittsburgh, PA
 Hello Andy --- just got home from a long watch loox FAB-U-LOUS !!! Thanx so much for the exceptional work U have done. U R a true professional!!    Michael B. Columbus, OH.
Really great service which is really hard to find these days. I couldn't be more pleased. I will be using your services again!   Elizabeth W. Cleveland, OH.

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Andrew Wahl
Ohio Watch Repair
2588 Westbourne Dr.
Cincinnati, OH 45248


Ohio Watch Repair. Over 35K watches repaired since 1991

Ohio Watch Repair
2588 Westbourne Dr.
Cincinnati, OH 45248
By Appointment ONLY

Phone: 513-347-0153