Each Montana Watch Company timepiece comes with a limited lifetime warranty against manufacture defects.
To protect against excessive wear and unnecessary damage, and to keep your warranty valid, your watch must be serviced by MWC at regular intervals.
• Your Montana Watch Company timepiece is warranted against manufacture defects for your lifetime.
• Mechanical watches must receive full service every 5 years to keep warranty valid
• Quartz watches must be inspected during periodic battery replacement (times vary) to keep warranty valid
• Normal wear and tear, such as case or crystal scratches, metal patina, leather deterioration is not covered by warranty, but may be serviceable subject to additional costs.
• Excessive magnetism of watch is not covered by warranty and subject to additional costs.
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Jeffrey began his career in horology as a watchmaker specializing in the restoration of vintage timepieces. He became particularly fascinated with the history of early American wrist and pocket watch manufacturing, from back in the day when American companies dominated the field. When Nashan’s interests went beyond simple restoration and into the areas of design and manufacture he founded The Montana Watch Company and began what has become a passion to create truly unique, heirloom timepieces inspired by the designs of the early American watchmakers. As an avid sportsman Jeffrey enjoys everything that the great outdoors of Montana has to offer.
Dani returns to The Montana Watch Company with a background that includes Art History, luxury timepiece sales and marketing. Having attained certification in some of the most well known Swiss luxury brands in the world, she comes to Livingston with a rekindled interest in the American history of horology. Her artistic eye combined with years in the industry has given her an unparalleled insight into the addictive world of watches. Truly passionate about all things artistic and horological, she spends her free time in museums and second-hand stores, always on the search for someone's unrealized treasure. Her personal collection of and addiction to timepieces is constantly expanding. She is the first person you will speak with when contacting The Montana Watch Company and she always will have a smile ready for you.