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registering invicta watch for warranty online question...........

Started 1260528526 in Jewelry Talk | Last reply 1260564818 by lavenderjunkie
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when you do it this way will they still send you the post card with your watch info and warranty date???
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AKA graceg­al126054963823 PostsRegistered 12/11/2008
No, it's sent in an email.

Amour Mes ­Bijoux12605513992292 PostsRegistered 12/2/2004Near The Ocean

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lavenderju­nkie126055300413104 PostsRegistered 10/6/2004
SAT: you do it on the Invicta web site, within 30 days of the [u]ship date[/u]. And they are very strict about that, so don't delay.
You can print out a copy of your registration or a copy of all the watches you have registered on the site.
They don't send postcards anymore.

shesallthat126055668910246 PostsRegistered 4/4/2005
thanks LJ!
i printed out everything and they sent me an email as proof of my recent registration,too.
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all i want for Christmas..... is the Saints in the Super Bowl!!!!!!!

she said: "that's alot of money to spend on a purse!" and i instantly knew we could not be friends.

Kimberly32712605601131677 PostsRegistered 12/12/2008
What if you purchased the watch as a gift? Does the 30 days still hold? (At least QVC gives us until 1/31 to return.)

lavenderju­nkie126056481813104 PostsRegistered 10/6/2004
Kimberly, the 30 days still holds. Invicta advises if you purchase it as a gift to register it in the name of the person you are giving it to. Or if you don't know, register it in your own name. A pain, I know.
One of the reasons I love Croton watches (and not the only reason) is their lifetime warranty on the movement and no registration. The Croton name on the watch is all you ever need to get warranty service. No paperwork, no questions.

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