Watches & Watch Repairs

Right On Time

Since I started working on watches at the age of 13 I have been constantly progressing in my skills and watch related expertise. Over the course of the past 5 years I have repaired, restored and modified hundreds of watches. Most people have heard the saying "Choose a Job You Love, and You Will Never Have To Work a Day in Your Life". Until I started Right On Time I have never fully understood this. I enjoyed every minute of every modification and repair.

During the past year I have been attending a watchmaking program in order to further my education in the watchmaking field. During the program I obtained multiple certifications that have opened many new opportunitys for me. Although it was a tough decision, I have decided to close Right On Time Watches for the foreseeable future. Doing so will allow me to take a position that will allow me to progress in a personal and professional setting along with better preparing myself for the future.

Thank you to everyone that has chosen me to work on their watches in the past few years. You are a large part of the reason that I am where I am today. Throughout the years I have been lucky enough to hear the stories of many of the watches that I have worked on. One of my favorite parts of the job is hearing how much these small machines can mean to people, and the stories that they can represent. I am honored to have been able to keep those stories going by bringing these special watches back to life. For anyone who I have not yet worked with, I am sorry that I am unable to help you. I hope that you can understand why I am choosing this path.

Thank you to everyone that has been part of this wonderful journey. It is far from over, but it is time for a new chapter.


P.S. If you still want to keep up with what I am doing, you can follow me on Instagram at @Thewatchmakerfl