First off, I apologize if this isn't the appropriate forum for this particular question. I'm new, and this seemed closest to the forum to ask this in.
I have a Callaway Golf watch that I purchased pretty cheap ($70-80) at a TJ Maxx for just a daily/low-key wear. It's the CY2123 automatic watch.
I didn't have it long before something went wrong. It just stopped keeping time, would go in fits and starts even with winding/wear.
Fortunately, it was under warranty so I sent it in to be repaired. Not surprisingly they (owned by Fossil) didn't have any interest in actually repairing it and instead gave me a voucher for a new watch of equal value (their msrp of $275 + an allowance to go over a bit, which is a sweet deal given what I paid for it) from any of their brands. So the good news is that I've already ordered a new Zodiac watch that should be coming soon.
However, I was thinking that there's no reason not to look into getting the Callaway repaired too (two for the price of one!). So, was hoping someone could let me know if it's even possible to get this repaired at a local watch repair, and if so, how much $ we'd be talking about (i.e. is it worth the effort/money)?