Question About E-Bay and Casio International Warranty (in the E.U.)

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    Question About E-Bay and Casio International Warranty (in the E.U.)

    Hi all,

    I live in the European Union. If I buy a watch from E-bay from a supposed authorised dealer and it comes with a shop V.A.T. receipt / regular invoice but the Casio International Warranty card is not signed, stamped and dated, does this mean my warranty is valid? Or does the Casio International Warranty card need to be signed, stamped and dated for my warranty to be valid?

    By the warranty card, I mean is the small rectangular paper card found in the instruction manual.

    Thank you, regards,
    Claudio. :thanks

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    Re: Question About E-Bay and Casio International Warranty (in the E.U.)

    I'm not sure, but none of the G's I've ever bought have arrived faulty.

    Maybe worth asking your local Casio office, as it's them who you would have to convince in the event of a problem anyway.
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    Re: Question About E-Bay and Casio International Warranty (in the E.U.)

    This has implications not just for the condition of the watch at the initial purchase, but through the whole warranty period (in the case, it's two years).

    Thanks,
    Claudio.

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    Re: Question About E-Bay and Casio International Warranty (in the E.U.)

    Personally, I wouldn't worry. Casios are very rarely faulty or very rarely go faulty.

    They are also without serial numbers so all I ever do is go to the Casio website and register them online. It activates automatically and that should be all you ever need whether you have paperwork or not.

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    Re: Question About E-Bay and Casio International Warranty (in the E.U.)

    I've previously contacted Casio UK about an Oceanus I purchased on eBay from a US seller and they said so long as you have proof of purchase (shop receipt, Paypal invoice etc.) they will honour the International Warranty, which is 2 years as standard on most models.

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    Re: Question About E-Bay and Casio International Warranty (in the E.U.)

    Quote Originally Posted by WorldTime643 View Post
    I've previously contacted Casio UK about an Oceanus I purchased on eBay from a US seller and they said so long as you have proof of purchase (shop receipt, Paypal invoice etc.) they will honour the International Warranty, which is 2 years as standard on most models.
    Cool, that's what the seller said also. If anyone has different experiences, please let me know! Regards to you all :).

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