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jbbrewer Junior Member New Geek

Gold plating on stainless steel bracelets

The gold plating is coming off of the safety latch of my 6 month old Invicta Ocean Ghost stainless steel bracelet. All other gold plating on the bracelet, latch, and watch is OK. Is the braclet covered under the Invicta warranty? I honestly thought it was from all of the different presentations I have seen on Shop NBC. I also must admit I have not read over the warranty card that came with my watch. Any responses or info would be appreciated. Thanks.

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Welcome to the club - my wore off my 6 month old Grand Diver bracelet too - swapped it out for synthetic strap. Some say it's supposedly covered - I wouldn't hold my breath. I didn't even try - not worth the hassle. __________________ The beauty of the second amendment is that it will not be needed until they try to take it. U00SDP2 View Public Profile Send a private message to U00SDP2 Send email to U00SDP2


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polo

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Well that's the downside to gold plating it does wear, i do have a website for you to check out try TNS Diamonds they have gold electroplating for watches and they can go over any surface that has already been plated.....Good luck! __________________ Stay thirsty my friends Hoping to hit the billionaries club one day polo View Public Profile Send a private message to polo Find all posts by polo Add polo to Your Contacts #4 Today, 06:08 PM

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I am almost sure the bracelet would not be covered. wildcatman57 View Public Profile Send a private message to wildcatman57 Send email to wildcatman57 Find all posts by wildcatman57 Add wildcatman57 to Your Contacts #5 Today, 06:23 PM

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Save yourself a big headache and just replace the bracelet with a gorgeous strap; leather or rubber. I'm not familiar with the watch, but I would make my decision on the price you paid for the watch. __________________

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Originally Posted by polo Well that's the downside to gold plating it does wear, i do have a website for you to check out try TNS Diamonds they have gold electroplating for watches and they can go over any surface that has already been plated.....Good luck! Have you ever used this website for electroplating a watch?


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