Vintage Seiko, King Seiko, & Grand Seiko service, repair, and restoration experts.
Who We Are
Here at the Seikologist, we can fully restore your vintage Seiko, King Seiko & Grand Seiko as close to factory condition as possible, working on models that the Seiko Service center no longer repair and stock parts for.
We offer a range of services including complete movement overhauls, dial, and hand luminous application, correct profile gasket replacement for water resistance, jewel upgrades, reproduction crystal replacement, crown rebuilds, and more.
We can make your Seiko look new again, or leave it completely original, the choice is yours.
Why choose us? We are a WOSTEP trained, professional watchmaker with the most up to date timing/testing equipment. This isn't a hobby we undertake in our spare time, this is what we do.
Restoring your vintage Seiko is our passion. Get in touch today.
Services We Offer
What Our Customers Have To Say
I recently sent my Seiko 1974’ 6105 into Ashton for a movement service, after hearing about him from followers in IG, I thought I would give him a try. He didn’t disappoint. Turnaround time was excellent, good communication, service cost is reasonable and most of all to got my watch back running amazing, it’s been on wrist for a week I’ve gained +1sec, yes 1sec! Ashton is an excellent, knowledgeable trained independent watch-smith who truly takes the time to do the job right, he will get my support/business from now on! And happy to have him on this side of the border! Keep up the great work!
Mike - CANADA
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Shipping Instructions: Please package your watch securely. Do not send your watch in a box that you aren’t happy to part with as we can’t guarantee it will be returned. Make sure to download the shipping label, fill it out and send it with the watch.
Customers outside of Canada: When filling out the customs form, please write – horological instrument for repair, to be returned to the owner. Value for customs – $10. If customs duties are owed the customer will need to pay them and arrange their own reimbursement.