So, I am perfectly aware that Amazon is basically a grey market dealer.
However I was looking at Eterna watches online, specifically the various Kontiki models. I saw quite a few for sale in Amazon at decent prices, but what really struck me was that regarding the warranty, Amazon states that these Eterna are covered under "Eterna 2-year warranty"!
This is different from other brands (for example: Tag Heuer), where Amazon states that the watch is under their own warranty ("Amazon.com 2-year limited warranty" or "Amazon 2-year warranty").
However I am a little confused because in the .pdf associated with the "Eterna 2-year warranty", it's clearly stated that "The guarantee will only be valid if page 2 of the guarantee certificate has been fully completed by an approved Eterna dealer, and is presented when a guarantee claim is made".
Now I understand Amazon is NOT an approved Eterna dealer by a longshot, so how is this Eterna 2-year warranty valid in any way, shape or form? What's your opinion (or even better, your personal experience in the matter, if you have any)?
I sent an email to Amazon's customer dept. to see what's their clarification about this, but I am wondering if someone here knows something about this.
Thanks for the replies.