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  1. Blue Tag

    Blue Tag May 10, 2020

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    I've owned my tissot seastar for almost 7 months now. After 2 months the the
    Luminous PIP feel out. According to the jewelry it’s not a “ manufacturer defect “!!
    So I let them sent it out for repair...
    3 months later + $150 in repairs.
    I’ve worn it for a few more months, now the pip fell out again ?
    Any one having these issues?
    Any advices would be great??
     
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  2. OttoWilliam

    OttoWilliam May 11, 2020

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    I almost wanted this one during my diving watch craze !
     
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  3. Aquagraph

    Aquagraph May 11, 2020

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    That is appalling, how can it now be a defect under warranty?
     
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  4. imagwai

    imagwai May 11, 2020

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    Surely the first repair to the bezel pip was warrantied? Or maybe this is specifically excluded from the warranty. Is there anything you're doing to the watch or exposing it to, to cause this to happen?

    I presume you lost the pip, otherwise, you could simply glue it back in properly?
     
  5. Blue Tag

    Blue Tag May 13, 2020

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    yes , it’s excluded from warranty!!
     
  6. Blue Tag

    Blue Tag May 13, 2020

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    it’s been a great watch , besides the pip
    Issues. I purchased a black tungsten
    Wedding band just to match this watch !!
    It’s been petty accurate and wears very comfortable..
     
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  7. absolutemustard

    absolutemustard May 13, 2020

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    I would buy a PIP from eBay and pop it in (or glue), then call it a day.

    It is a small defect that you will not even notice once it is replaced
     
  8. ExpiredWatchdog

    ExpiredWatchdog May 27, 2020

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    Get it replaced again. Then, when you get it back, pry the pip out with a dental pick. Glue it back in with two-part epoxy. Sorted.