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Watch won't "tick"

Watch no longer works. It has no battery, it operates by movement of wrist. I believe it is under warranty, does anyone have contact information for F Ross LLC? Any suggestions? Thanks!

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Was the contact listed above correct?

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Re: watch won't "tick"

I'm fairly sure these are the guys you need to contact or 0033 155 353 600 or mail to Hope this helps, please ask again if not :)

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