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I HAVE JUST PURCHASED THIS WATCH / I HAVE NOT YET REGISTERED IT.....i NEED TO FIND A LOCAL CERTIFIED JEWELER WHO CAN SIDE THE CERAMIC BRACELET AND SET THE TIME i LIVE IN CALIFORNIA NEAR PALM SPRINGS / PALM DESERT CAN YOU GIVE ME A LOCAL ADDRESS OR NUMBER THANK YOU

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I suggest you go to their web site http://www.swisslegend.com/ .

On the left is a menu, click on "customer service" for a toll free number to get the address you need.

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