Question about Rado Diastar Anatom Jubile watch
I have a Rado watch which no longer works, the watch is approx 4 years old. I have had the battery changed twice in a 2 week period. Could it be that it is just a problem with the battery or does it sound more sinister? I have been back to a jewelers and they have advised that it would be £95+ just to send it off for a service any problems would cost more.
It sound like a fault. Be careful who looks at it though and what they charge - a complete new quartz movement for most watches, even fancy ones like your don't cost as much as £90 so almost all of what you are charged is labour.
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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