Shinola watch repair from America’s #1 online watch repair service. Handling over a thousand watches a year you can trust WatchGnome.com with you Shinola watch repair or battery replacement. Watch Gnome saves customer the time and hassle of taking their Shinola watch to a local jewelry repair store. Instead trust your watch to a company that specializes in Shinola watches.Free Watch Repair Estimate >
- Order a Watch Repair Box: Order your Shinola watch battery repair box from Watch Gnome. Our box comes complete with everything needed to start the repair process. Packaging, return label, tracking and free in-home pickup!
- Send Us Your Shinola: In 2-3 days you’ll receive your “everything included” box. Place your Shinola inside the custom packaging and seal it with the prepaid return label. All of our boxes come with free in-home or office pickup via USPS, just schedule your pick up here.
- Shinola Watch Repair: Once your watch arrives to our facility in Denver, we get right to work on your watch. We’ll first inspect your watch before we open it up. It can be hard to diagnose watch problems until we get a chance to look inside and see what is going on. Most times, its just in need of a battery, but if it needs more we’ll work with you to complete the service.
- Included Return Shipping: Every service we sell comes with free return shipping. Once your service or battery change is complete, your watch will then be packed with care and returned. Tracking will be sent to you once your watch gets shipped.
How Does the Shinola Watch Repair Pricing Work?
Watch Gnome offers competitive pricing for all it’s services. Once we get your watch, we’ll work to determine the issue, we’ll then contact you to give you a quote. Often times a new battery and cleaning is all that a Shinola watch repair takes. Without need to maintain a fancy mall location, we don’t have the same overhead as your local watch service center. That is why we can offer all of our services for the same or cheaper. Watch Gnome saves time and money, so why would you trust your watch to anyone else?