Posted on by Ben Waite

Inside The Custom Process

We are happy to share the full scientific process below but in essence the treatment we apply bonds with the metal, increases the hardness up to 8 times and doesn’t change any of the measurable tolerances of the watch so the parts remain exactly the same size.


1- Our watchmakers dis-assemble the watch to bare component form.


2- The watch parts due to be DLC coated are thoroughly cleaned of any dirt, grease, residue and fingerprints using an ultra sonic process.


3- The watch parts are then carefully fixed into position in the vacuum chamber, and are charged with electricity.


4- The chamber is vacuumised. A highly-ionised DLC plasma is evaporated from a solid target and passed into the chamber, where it is deposited onto the oppositely- charged watch pieces. This entire process takes four to five hours for full adhesion.


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5- Dial , hands and calendars

6- After a thorough coating inspection, the watch is reassembled and timing-checked before being made ready for sale to the customer.