Times Ticking Watch Repair reaches 2 million views on YouTube


Utah-based Times Ticking is known for fixing the hardest-to-repair watches for customers around the world. He has gained 2 million views on his YouTube channel, which shares useful information about watches and watch repair.

Since its beginnings in the 1980s, Times Ticking has grown from a small watch store in the Salt Lake City metro area to an internationally renowned mail-order watch repair shop known for repairing the most “unrepairable” watches. . This month it also established itself as a YouTube favorite with more than 2 million views on its news channel for watch lovers.

As quintessential watch enthusiasts, the Times Ticking watch repair team have started a YouTube channel to share their knowledge and passion with the world. The videos covered topics such as:

  • The 3 Best Watches Ever Made
  • The complete history of James Bond watches (coinciding with the release of “No Time to Die”)
  • Ultra-deep diver watches
  • Dr Strange’s Watches
  • The biggest mistakes that shorten the life of a watch

“There’s so much information to share about the history of watches, watches in pop culture, and the best way to take care of your watch,” said Times Ticking associate Seth Thompson. “We think about these things day in and day out, and we wanted to share them with other watch enthusiasts.”

Thompson said the team is honored to have reached the 2 million views mark and plans to continue making videos to spread their passion for watches of all kinds.

Times Ticking’s Swiss-trained technicians handle everything from Accutron repair to Rolex repair. With the motto “If it works, we know it,” Times Ticking supports the toughest repairs, from intricate vintage watches to those with hard-to-find parts.

Times Ticking caters to domestic and international watch owners, attracting customers from as far away as South Africa, Australia, Japan and Germany for watch repair. For watches in need of parts, Times Ticking has been known to track down the latest available in the world or even create parts when none were available.

Times Ticking has over 900 5-star Google reviews and an average rating of 4.9 for their services, which include everything from tune-ups to crystal replacements to full restorations. To learn more about Times Ticking and its watch repair services, visit www.TimesTicking.com or call (801) 991-1097.

About Timing

Times Ticking specializes in repairing watches. A trusted watch and clock repair center, their personalized customer service is what sets them apart.


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