I bought CCCP Mens Shchuka Automatic Stainless Steel Bracelet Watch last 2 months and now watch stop. How can I do?
An automatic watch is sometimes called a self-winding watch, though they can sometimes be conventionally wound in addition if the watch is not worn very much or the wearer has a very sedentary life. An automatic watch needs to be worn and the wrist it is worn on needs quite a lot of activity in order to keep the watch spring wound sufficiently to keep it going during rest and sleep periods.
Considering this, if the watch was new and faulty it should be returned to the retailer for replacement. Your contract is with the retailer and supplying you with a watch that hasn't lasted a reasonable time is in breach of that contract. Even if the watch has a manufacturer's guarantee it is better if the retailer takes responsibility for the carriage, insurance, etc.
If the watch was a previously used (previously owned or second-hand) you can hardly return it to the seller unless the seller has guaranteed it, though your local consumer protection laws might provide protection if you bought it from a business. Much will depend on the age of the watch, the price paid, the original price and how it was advertised. Such sites as ebay and Amazon provide certain additional consumer protections and if you paid by credit card the insurance might provide some cover as indeed might a house contents or personal all-risks policy.
In the case of a pre-owned watch you will first have to take it to a trusted local watch-repairer for fault diagnosis and a repair estimate, except in the case of a watch that is guaranteed waterproof. Such watches must be sent only to the manufacturer or an approved repairer if it is desired the waterproofing continues to be guaranteed.
Sep 21, 2016 |
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