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    Transferrable Warranty Question

    Greetings all. Im the fortunate owner of two fine Oris pieces, both registered with Oris. I'm wondering if the the third year extended warranty activated online is also transferrable once activated by the original owner. Thanks

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    I think it is but don't quote me on it. I bet there's a bloke in Canada who does know for sure though. Brent!!!!
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    Re: Transferrable Warranty Question

    Quote Originally Posted by sticky View Post
    I think it is but don't quote me on it. I bet there's a bloke in Canada who does know for sure though. Brent!!!!

    LOL... Yup.

    That's a good question about whether the bonus year on the warranty will transfer, as opposed to the normal two year warranty. I don't have an answer, but I have a C.S. contact at Oris USA that I just emailed and I'll post back when I get the answer from her. Oris doesn't have a Canadian office, and such things are dealt with through Oris USA.

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    Re: Transferrable Warranty Question

    Thanks Brent. Canada does have a service centre in Montreal though. Look forward to your post.

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    Re: Transferrable Warranty Question

    Quote Originally Posted by stryker58 View Post
    Thanks Brent. Canada does have a service centre in Montreal though. Look forward to your post.
    Yes, they have a 'third party' service centre that they contract warranty work to, but there is no corporate or distributor presence in Canada. Oris USA is the distributor for Canada, so any questions regarding warranty go through them.
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    Re: Transferrable Warranty Question

    I didn't realize there was an additional year if you register. I just purchased mine preowned off ebay from a guy in guatemala who purchased from an authorized dealer. I went to the Oris website, registered for an account, put the serial number in, date of purchase, and it said that my warranty ended in September of 2018. That would be in three years rather than the two years the card says. That's awesome!
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    Re: Transferrable Warranty Question

    Good news. Here's the reply I received from my contact at Oris.

    "The warranty does transfer and that includes the extra year."

    Cheers.

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    Re: Transferrable Warranty Question

    Told you that Brent would know.

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    Re: Transferrable Warranty Question

    Thanks Brent !! I should have asked the next obvious question earlier and that is how do you effect the transfer. Does the new owner just re-register the same watch at Oris (its already registered to the original owner) and automatically Oris assumes its transferred or is there some requirement for the original owner to notify Oris.
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    Re: Transferrable Warranty Question

    Quote Originally Posted by stryker58 View Post
    Thanks Brent !! I should have asked the next obvious question earlier and that is how do you effect the transfer. Does the new owner just re-register the same watch at Oris (its already registered to the original owner) and automatically Oris assumes its transferred or is there some requirement for the original owner to notify Oris.
    Sorry, I missed seeing your follow up question until this morning.

    I got in touch with my contact at Oris USA and she said nothing is required in order to transfer the warranty. As long as the next owner is in possession of the warranty card and purchase receipt (A.D. proof of purchase), then the warranty will be honored (extended warranty in your case because you registered it online). It doesn’t matter that the original online registration remains in your name.
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