The watch's warranty aims to protect against manufacturer defects and it reflects the manufacturer's confidence through the warranty period as well as the duration of the services provided
- Rolex changed its warranty period in 2015 from 2 years to 5 years, which guarantees any fault that occurred during manufacture and also changed the service life it provides to customers such as maintenance from 3 years to 10 years, this helps enhance the feeling that Rolex watches can accompany you for life.
- As for Audemars Piguet, the warranty lasts for three years starting from the original point of sale, but you can also extend the warranty for an additional two years by submitting an application from the Audemars Piguet website, meaning that the total warranty period is 5 years, which is certainly commensurate with the warranty period enjoyed by many of its competitors .
- Patek Philippe, the most popular watch, offers a two-year warranty from the date of purchase. The warranty covers manufacturer defects, not defects resulting from negligence. Patek Philippe recommends that the watch be serviced every three to five years at an authorized service center or retailer.
- From 2019, Cartier added a 6-year extension to the basic warranty period of two years, bringing the total to 8 years. You can apply through the Cartier website. Cartier watches enjoy a warranty against manufacturing defects and does not include defects resulting from negligence.
- Omega used to have a warranty of two or three years depending on the model, but from 2018 Omega officially announced that all watches have a 5-year warranty in order to give customers confidence that any defects from the manufacturer are covered by the warranty.
- Piaget offers a two-year warranty from the date of purchase, including parts repair in particular, and with each repair you are given a two-year warranty. This includes the cost of replacement parts and does not include problems caused by negligence.
- Chopard's warranty covers all manufacturing defects that have occurred for a period of two years and offers a one-year warranty for repairs.
- Hublot watches are warranted against all manufacturing defects for two years from the date of purchase. This warranty does not cover damage caused by improper use or handling of the watch.
- Bvlgari offers a two-year warranty from the date of purchase that covers all manufacturing defects and you will receive a digital warranty card that you can register in the Bvlgari network. This warranty does not cover problems resulting from negligence.
- Corum watches offer a two-year comprehensive warranty for manufacturing defects provided the watch was purchased through an authorized dealer.
- Harry Winston watches are warranted against manufacturing defects for two years from the date of purchase. The warranty does not cover battery life and problems resulting from negligence.
- Franck Muller covers its watches with a warranty for manufacturing defects and does not cover problems resulting from negligence.
- As for the Van Cleef warranty, it is for 8 years from the date of purchase, covering manufacturing defects and does not include problems resulting from negligence.
- Vacheron watches warranty covers manufacturing defects for 8 years and does not include problems resulting from negligence.
In conclusion, it is important to take care of your watches and not neglect them because the warranty covers only manufacturing defects, and you have to maintain your watch every three to five years to maintain it.