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willie99 Senior Member Senior Geek

Got my Russian Diver back from Invicta Service -- 15 weeks

I'm glad to report I got my summery yellow Russian Diver back! It's the version with small diamonds around the bezel. It took quite a while -- over 15 weeks -- but it seems to be in good working order. They had to completely replace the original movement, which was defective. Rebecca did a great job informing me of the status when I inquired after about the 12 week mark (I expected it would take at least that long, and I was right). It's like I have a brand new watch -- I will enjoy wearing it this summer!

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Flaxmoore Junior Member New Geek

Good you got it back, but what the heck takes them so long? Sent a knife to Case in Bradford PA. Had it fixed and back in 11 days. Sent a MAF sensor to Bosch in Germany. Had its replacement in hand in a week. Sent an incorrect textbook to Amazon. Had the right one in 4 days. Even if I buy the "let it sit 2 weeks for testing", how is 11 more acceptable? Flaxmoore View Public Profile Send a private message to Flaxmoore Find all posts by Flaxmoore Add Flaxmoore to Your Contacts #3 Today, 05:23 PM

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Case, Bosch, and Amazion have stateside manufacturing and/or warehouses. Invicta has to go back to the Swiss Manufacturer, in Switzerland, in order to repair the watch. __________________


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Mellow Yellow.....glad you got that nice QRD back, enjoy!!! R __________________


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Originally Posted by SeaVulture Case, Bosch, and Amazion have stateside manufacturing and/or warehouses. Invicta has to go back to the Swiss Manufacturer, in Switzerland, in order to repair the watch. Still 4 months to get a watch back IMO is just ridiculous. I think no matter what happens it shouldn't take any longer than 4 or 5 weeks...TOPS!!! WatchGeek4Life View Public Profile Send a private message to WatchGeek4Life Find all posts by WatchGeek4Life Add WatchGeek4Life to Your Contacts #6 Today, 07:43 PM

Flaxmoore Junior Member New Geek

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Originally Posted by SeaVulture Case, Bosch, and Amazion have stateside manufacturing and/or warehouses. Invicta has to go back to the Swiss Manufacturer, in Switzerland, in order to repair the watch. I know where my MAF sensor was sent. It was Germany, not the US. Besides, are you seriously telling me either a) Invicta has to send everything to the factory or b) that they have nowhere else? Still doesn't take 15 weeks. Rolex and Omega might take 4. Flaxmoore View Public Profile Send a private message to Flaxmoore Find all posts by Flaxmoore Add Flaxmoore to Your Contacts #7 Today, 07:48 PM Join Date: Oct 2009 Posts: 1,906

KOKONUTZ Senior Member Super Geek

Glad you have it back in your rotation. KOKONUTZ View Public Profile Send a private message to KOKONUTZ Find all posts by KOKONUTZ Add KOKONUTZ to Your Contacts #8 Today, 07:51 PM

watchayla1 Senior Member Super Geek

Congrads, nice choice. Enjoy your new summer watch. __________________ WATCHES = FUN watchayla1 View Public Profile Send a private message to watchayla1 Send email to watchayla1

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rayjr09 Senior Member Senior Geek

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Great you got it back,but what the heck-there service to repair a watch is ridiculous!!!! Un called for JMO.


Got my Invicta Russian Diver back from Invicta Service -- 15 weeks