2020 was a great, but different, year at the Watch Shop.

I thought to start off the new year, I should go over a few of the highs and the lows that happened in 2020.  

I had the opportunity to work on some beautiful watches and also had quite a few “basket cases” show up at the shop.

The last year was a good one for my blog posts. It seems like the most popular posts are on the “technical side” — and the photos of Charley have gone over well, too.

I also posted a few of my before and after pictures. Customers like to see how a banged up old watch arrives at the shop and how the transformation process turns the watch back into a usable timepiece.

This year, we compared some classic watches, talked about the intricacies of how to repair them, some company secrets and some of our interesting clients.

Comparing Beauty: Hamilton 992 vs. Hamilton 992B (Nov. 16)

How to Replace a Mainspring in a Pocket Watch (Oct. 12)

The Secrets to My Success (Sept. 21)

How I Run My Watch Repair Business (Aug. 31)

Alabama National Champion, Colts MVP Barry Krauss has his Rolex Restored (Aug. 24)

What Sets Businesses Apart? Usually – Customer Service Experience (March 16)

Rolex vs. Omega: Which is the Better Watch? (Jan. 27)

Mark Sirianni Watch Repair
25 Fraley Street
Kane, Pa. 16735
814-558-4818 (cell)

CHARLEY PHOTO OF THE WEEK: There are certain places Charley isn’t allowed in the house. Those seem to be her favorite places to visit.