An integrated circuit lies at the heart of a watch with a quartz movement. This circuit transmits energy supplied by the battery to the quartz oscillator that divides time.
During a battery and resistance check, your watch is disassembled, enabling the watchmaker to replace any worn or damaged parts.
Unlike automobiles, the mechanical parts of a watch function continually: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year. To
optimize the reliability and longevity of your watch, a complete revision is recommended every four to five years.
Polishing steel and precious metal watches can give them an almost new look.
It is recommended that you have the leather ribbons of your Première watch replaced every three years. Rubbing and general
wear and tear leads to a normal wearing process that affects their strength and shine.
As an essential part of your watch, the bracelet requires regular and necessary maintenance according to the amount of wear.