The GoTop range of watch dial components cover quality craftsmanship and materials across a range of designs and colors. Crafted to exacting standards just like every other precision watch component from GoTop's bespoke manufacturing facility, we create watch faces to meet your specifications without compromise.
Each watch dial is precisely printed, using a wide choice of materials and color options to create unique looks that maintain the highest standards while also leveraging our extensive supply chain expertise for a reliable, timely delivery.
Watch dials are the face of your watch, the component both you and others see more than any other part. With that in mind, professionally crafted watch dials are the best option for any new watch build, or if you are refurbishing an existing watch. High quality metal or laminate material is used in quality watch dials, but the key part of watch dial manufacturing is the printing, as getting this wrong will leave the markings out of alignment of fuzzy, either of which making it difficult to tell time from the watch itself.
Precision printing from commercial printing processes delivers exquisite detail, from the fine markings to present hours or minutes to the ultra-fine lettering for branding and other items also present on the dial. It is the ability to print at such high resolution, upwards of 1200 DPI usually, that creates the beautiful watch dials you enjoy.
In most circumstances, your watch crystal will protect the dial from dust and other contamination. However, if you have an accident that breaks the crystal, you need to thoroughly clean the dial before fitting a new crystal.
The process is quite simple, but it does require a few tools. You will need an air blower, the kind used for cleaning camera lenses work well, along with toothpicks and Rodico, a silly putty type material available from many places with similar products available under different brand names. First, use the air blower to remove debris and dust from the watch dial. If there are any stubborn dust particles or pieces of crystal remaining, carefully ease them out using a toothpick.
Finally, use the Rodico or similar to pick up any residue or remaining debris. At all times, avoid touching the dial with your hands, and while some often suggest using liquid cleaners, the danger to the mechanism doing this is considerable, and it is much safer to work with the dry tools until you get the finish you are happy with.