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Sub-dial not moving

I've had my watch for just about over 4 months now. About two months ago or so i saw that my sub-dial for date is not moving it's just sitting there. I tried contacting Jacques Lemans Customer Service but didn't have anyone pick up the phone so here i am now. Also a little sub-dial for 24 hours that is located in top left corner, not the one that's same looking as date arrow only opposite from it. Is just sitting there no movement at all. I took it to local jewelry shop. They sent it away to their technician. From there i was told that they could not fix it, i have to contact the manufacturer and send it to them.

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4 months is pretty poor. Jacque Lemans is not a very good brand, I would stop throwing more money at it. Put it down to experience and get another watch. Many many good brands out there, you don't have to spend a fortune. Seiko for instance make quality watches throughout the price range from $50 to $50k!

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