Watch Crystal Replacements by The Jewelry Center

Replacements Starting at $30 | By Mail & In-Store


  • Glass replacements starting at $40
  • Repairs performed by expert repair team. 
  • Testing of all general functions.
  • Service completed in a timely fashion.
  • 1 year warranty on all orders.
If you would prefer to mail in yourself, you can print out our Watch Repair Request Form and mail to us via your preferred carrier.
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Watch Glass Crystal Replacements

Watch Crystal Replacements

It’s never fun when you accidentally scratch or crack the crystal of your favorite watch. Luckily, our certified watchmakers can help. At The Jewelry Center, we provide watch crystal replacements at an affordable price to help your favorite timepiece look like new again. We offer this service by mail to anyone in the United States. Fill out the form to get your free shipping label!

How Does Our Watch Crystal Replacement Service Work?

Fill out the form above. We will email or mail you a free USPS shipping label to mail us your watch(es).

Print the label, pack your watch(es) securely in a padded envelope or small box, and ship.

We will receive your shipment, inspect your watch(es), and email you a free quote for service.

After approval, our experienced watchmakers will fix and return your watch(es) to you.

Types of Watch Crystals

Acrylic – Acrylic crystals were the most common type of crystal up until the 1970’s. They are shatter resistant, but can easily scratch and fade. Since acrylic is so soft, scratches can often be buffed and polished out to make it look like new. But we can replace them as well if the damage is severe.

Mineral Glass – Mineral glass crystals are the most common type of crystal today. They are hard and do not scratch easily, but can shatter on impact. Glass replacements are the most common replacements we perform, and standard shapes start at $30 per watch. 

Synthetic Sapphire – Synthetic Sapphire crystals are the hardest, most durable material used for watch crystals. They are also the most expensive. Synthetic sapphire are scratch resistance, but can can chip or shatter on impact.  Many luxury watch manufacturers use sapphire crystals, and our expert watch repair team can replace them. 

Watch Glass Replacement

Types of Watch Repairs We Perform

Watch Brands We Service

Our Swiss-trained repair experts have years of experience properly handling and servicing luxury timepieces to everyday favorites. That includes Armitron, Casio, Citizen, Fossil, Gucci, Invicta, Movado, Michael Kors, Nixon, Ohsen, Omega, Seiko, Skagen, Swiss Army, Timex, and many more! No smart watches at this time. See the full list of brands we repair.

How Long Does Will It Take?

The length of repair generally depends on the type of repair and the parts needed. We stock a huge inventory of branded parts in store, so many repairs can be completed within a few days. Some repairs require a bit more time, but we always make sure to let you know when you can expect your watch. 

Do You Repair On-Site?

Absolutely! If you stop in to one of our three locations in Southeastern Wisconsin, we’d be happy to replace your crystal. We’ll provide you with an repair estimate detailing exactly what watch services are available to you. Your watch never leaves our stores, so we keep complete control to maintain top quality of service.

Pricing Estimates of Watch Repairs

Pricing varies by brand. Costs below are estimates and do not include return shipping.

Watch Repair Diagram

Watch Repair Store Locations

All of our mail-in services are processed through our Greenfield location.

Greenfield, WI
7477 W. Layton Ave.
Greenfield, WI 53220
(414) 282-7241

Brookfield, WI
17100 W. Bluemound Rd,
Suite 206
Brookfield, WI 53005
(262) 784-1858

Burlington, WI
348 N. Pine Street
Burlington, WI 53105
(262) 763-8685

Please note that The Jewelry Center is not liable for any damages that may occur during shipping. Damage from shipping is extremely rare (has not happened to us yet), but please make sure your watches are packaged securely. If you would prefer to mail in with your preferred carrier, you can print out our Watch Repair Request Form and mail it with your watch.

Watch Repair by Mail