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Last edited: 2014-10-18T03:42:13
Last edited: 2014-12-31T02:25:17
Ardoise Wrote:Sorry to read this - but this is a user error, owner misuse issue. You stripped the crown by not properly pushing the crown into position. It will not strip itself. If you had questions about the crown durability, and still wanted the watch - you should have spent another $250 on a simple winder to keep the watch set and running - and never need to loosen/tighten and twist the crown.Couldn't bite my tongue long enough - afraid all these service/quality complaint posts are going to become the death of this forum.
Ardoise Wrote: Couldn't bite my tongue long enough - afraid all these service/quality complaint posts are going to become the death of this forum.
Last edited: 2015-02-25T17:29:14
Michael Friedberg Wrote in reply to:Ardoise Wrote: Couldn't bite my tongue long enough - afraid all these service/quality complaint posts are going to become the death of this forum.Indeed, the forum rules ask that service issues be off-line, since they are usually individual and cannot be validated here. I have been asked by management to not use a heavy hand here, but this is beginning to change the character of the forum.Rob, I'm sorry to hear of your problem. It will get fixed, and faster than they told you. Although I cannot see your watch, Ardoise is almost certainly right, although I'm sure you didn't realize you did anything. I have had similar problems with other brands, including Patek and Breguet.I would ask that there not be follow-up posts here. If there are individual questions, feel free to E-mail me. Thanks.
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