I have purchased a watch in the sales forum with a defect *known*, of a make that I see listed often with the warranty card and number, yet, this, in reality really does nothing for the piece of mind of the buyer, does it? Ive emailed with the maker of the particular watch I purchased and he said that he cannot warranty a watch that has sold between two other parties-as I expected-but he is more than happy to take it from me to fix the minor flaw.
Why list a watch with the box, papers, etc and make a point to mention warranty? What makers support that? I would think the cottage makers we have in the forum know who they sell to-do the larger makers not record purchasers to the warranty number?