Can you actually have your perfect replica watches glass replaced? Of course it can happen to anyone, you accidentally bumped your watch and your glass is broken, or it has fallen and there is therefore a big scratch on your glass. The bathroom in particular is a risk area for your watch, everything is of course rock hard there. If you knock or drop your watch there, you can count on the glass to be damaged.
REPAIR YOUR replica WATCH
If you want to have your watch repaired or the glass replaced, you can go to ReplicaMagic. In addition to replacing glass, you can also come to us for small repairs, and we can forward warranty cases to the relevant supplier for you. Unfortunately, glass is never covered by warranty, because damage to it is always caused by impact. If your watch can no longer be repaired or if the costs become too high for you, then you can of course always look for a new watch in our extensive webshop.
BEFORE THE NEW REPLICA WATCHES GLASS CAN BE PLACED
Fortunately, the glass of your watch can be replaced. For this, the crown and pin must first be removed. The pin must be disassembled from the timepiece because it protrudes through the case towards the crown. When everything is out of the case, you can remove the old glass from the watch and carefully check that no glass particles have to be removed that are left on the dial, or there may have been shards between the hands or in the date window. This may have caused damage to the timepiece or may start to do so.
HOW DOES replace THE WATCH GLASS IN HIS WORK
If the dial and the window are clean, the old glass can be measured. The thickness and the diameter are of course important. A glass must of course fit exactly. What kind of glass is it? There are various types of watch glasses. Mineral glass is the most common watch glass, just like scratch-free sapphire glass that is often placed on a luxury watch.
Sapphire hard glass is also very tough, making it very suitable for the most sporting watches in their collections. All the old glue or sealant will have to be removed from the edge of the watch so that the new glass can fit seamlessly anywhere. The glass can be stuck in a gasket that clamps the glass, or the glass must be glued all the way around with a special transparent UV glue. Once this glue has been applied, the glass can be placed in the watch case, after which the watch must dry under a UV lamp so that the glue can cure. When the new glass is put back in the watch case, all parts can be mounted again.