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  1. #1
    Airman Basic
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    Buying new BR without warranty card?

    Hi,

    Looking at buying my first BR.
    I have found one that I love (BR 03-51 GMT) and the price is right but the warranty card is missing.
    It is from an official dealer who says that it is new and the warranty will be honoured by them.
    Does this sound right? Will B&R honour the warranty?

    Thanks in advance.

    Regards,
    Doug.

  2. #2
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    No one?

    Should I contact BR directly?

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    Senior Master Sergeant
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    Doug- you should have that warranty card.
    get the AD to contact B&R to get a new warranty card, why wouldn't it have one?!
    Simon C
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  4. #4
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    Simon,

    Thanks for the reply.
    I will ask the seller if they can do that, and if not why not.

    Although I did try on a BR 126 at the weekend and it was lovely.
    I am now torn between the 2 watches!

    Cheers,
    Doug.

  5. #5
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    Doug, its a tricky choice!!!
    I have one 03 and two Vintage!!!

    .......loving Vintage at the moment (Cream Vintage Original, for me!!)
    Simon C
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    You should have your warranty card especially if a brand new watch from an AD.
    Not sure BR will take care of your watch under warranty without this card.

    Ask for a card, any good AD will provide you one
    Gudzyy

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