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This was a used or refurbished watch,
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This watch was basically a gift for my son. When it arrived, he noticed a small scratch on the bezel. When we took it to a local jeweler, the jeweler commented that at least one link was missing and that whoever re-assembled the remaining links put some of the pins in one direction, and other pins the other direction. I summarized that the watch had already been worn by someone else, links were removed, but then when they decided to return it, they reinstalled the links (and maybe one got lost). I was pretty pissed that this appeared to me on Amazon as a brand new watch (maybe I missed some very fine print somewhere). But what is done is done. It's hard to tell a little boy that you have to send his watch back.
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Initial post: Aug 30, 2013 7:51:23 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on Aug 30, 2013 7:52:32 PM PDT
Is it So who knows says:
Did he pick it out and buy it or did you buy it for him? If he bought it did he select new or did he buy it from another vendor used. Did he buy it on Amazon or Ebay. Do you know? Im curious because Seiko would be nuts to do such a thing. If you see the other reviews no one had this kind of trouble. If you verify this was to be new and from Amazon call them, they should know they were robbed and then so were you!
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