Owning a watch — or better, owning a few watches — is always a sound investment. They are steady friends that can go with you anywhere, they can make for ice-breaker discussion pieces, they compliment any outfit, and they fill a purpose as a helpful device. That said, by the day's end, watches are intricate and delicate machines. They require regular support and care, and when one begins to show signs of malfunctioning, it will require a professional for repair. For those times, you'll need to find a decent watch repair shop you can trust.