Monday - Thursday9:30am - 6:00pm
Friday2:30pm - 7:00pm
Saturday9:30am - 6:00pm
At Shami, we offer a complimentary checkup.
To keep your watch in fine-tune, at Shami we suggest a complete overhaul every three to five years.
We offer many services to prolong the life of your watch because we care and want your watch not only to look great; but, to keep time for a long time!
At Shami, we offer a variety of straps and bracelets. If there is something, we don’t have on the spot we can always order it for you.
At Shami, we have a variety of straps, bands, and bracelets. If we don’t have what you are looking for, we can always order it for you.
The life of your battery depends on several variables. Although your average quartz battery should last for 1 to 3 years, the more functions a watch has will reduce the batteries life span. It also depends on whether your watch is a chronograph, digital, or analog. We suggest you change your watch batteries soon after it has no more power. If batteries are left in a watch long after they no longer have power, they can leak which can cause severe damage to the movements.
All watches are not created equal. It’s most important to know to what degree your watch is water resistant. Water resistance is not forever. We suggest a yearly test for water resistance. This will determine whether you need new gaskets and seals. Keeping this in mind will prolong the life of your watch and protect it from water penetration.
SHOWERING, BATHING, AND SWIMMING
For those of you who own mechanical watches, exposing your watch to magnetic fields can often affect it from functioning properly. Anything that contains a magnet can cause an issue and your watch may not keep time correctly. Electromagnetic appliance, computers, cell phones, speakers magnetic hooks and fasteners etc. should all be avoided.
Any type of impact or shock to your watch can cause damage to the internal mechanisms, movements, hands, dial, and case.
Many times, impact or shock to your watch may go unnoticed. Our Shami watch experts are highly trained to diagnose, access, and fix your timepieces.
Chemical products such as solvents, oils, detergents, colognes and perfumes, etc. may cause damage to your strap, bracelet, and the case and gaskets.
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