Citizen Watch Repair – On the Edge of Innovation
Every ending is the beginning of something better. That statement has been the pillar of innovation since the beginning of time. Some call it ‘stick technology’, or the theory that from a stick, eventually all things are made. This, of course, includes watches, and perhaps above all, Citizen watches.
Since 1930, Citizen has been making and improving watches, creating the first shock and water resistant watches, and solar powered watches ever made. Thus, it shouldn’t surprise anyone that Citizen Watch repair can be just as innovative as the creative process that spawned the watch in the first place.
Whether in Houston Texas or Milan Italy, the Citizen watch is a standard of beauty. Kelly Clarkson is one good example. While she could have any watch in the world, she chooses to wear a Citizen ‘Ceramic’ watch. Now, while the watch wasn’t inherently broken, the Ceramic’s superb timekeeping and beautiful finish not only add to the functionality and beauty of the watch, but are a prime example of Citizen Watch repair in action. By fixing what wasn’t broken in the first place, Citizen Watch created a watch that was more than the sum of its parts. What was once just a simple timepiece became a thing of beauty as easily worn in Houston as it is among the Elite of New York.
While innovation and repair aren’t synonymous, innovation is certainly a form of repair. Problems that aren’t seen at an invention’s inception, ways that a product could work better, and as technology marches ever forward, using the resources at hand to create a watch worthy of the present day. Thus, whether sending a watch that’s band broke in the Houston sun, or making a repair that will reshape the watch as a whole, Citizen Watch repair will, by its very nature, provide you with a better watch than the one you sent in.