I dropped my ceramic watch and the hour hand had stopped working. I took it to many jewelers and watch shops, all either wanted to send it off or replace the entire mechanics of the watch rather than opening it up and seeing if it could be fixed, I was looking at $60 down the drain and 4 weeks with a naked wrist. The shop is tucked into a corner of a shopping center, it's hard to find but worth looking for. I had to wait a while, but that is because when he is working with his customers they have his undivided attention. When he got to my watch, he actually opened it up to take a look right there on the spot. He spent a good 20-30 minutes on my watch, got it working like new, cleaned it up, got it back to me the same day, and only charged me $5. If you're in a rush you might want to wait for another day, but the quality of service here outweighs that issue for me. Clifton's now has my business for life!
My grandfather clock from Germany stopped working and I checked with five different places to have them fix it. It was from around 1900 and was a family heirloom. This company was the only one that would repair it. It took five months (they are backed up). John actually delivered the works and installed back into the clock and spent an hour at our house installing, checking, and verifying it was functional. It runs as if it was new. I can't begins to tell you how happy I am with this service. This was my father's clock. It's as if my dad is alive again and with me. I recommend HIGHLY this clock repair service. And as far as it taking five months, you have to wait for great things. This company's repair of something so precious to me is well worth this wait. Thank you all for bringing back to life my clock, and in some way, the spirit and memories of my father.
Great service!!! Took my watch to CNS in Penn Square and was quoted $150 to service...not repair...service my watch and determine from there what was wrong with it. I had a hunch that this place was going to be good, so I took my watch to Clifton's and within a few minutes he determined the problem was a damaged coil. He quoted me $25 to replace the coil plus a new battery. Came back a few hours later and he said he was able to repair the damaged coil, and including the battery, my bill was $12. I couldn't believe it. I am so happy I found this place. CNS was my go to watch place. Not anymore. Clifton's is the new family watch repair clinic. Thank you!!!!