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PostPosted: Tue Mar 18, 2014 3:40 am 
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Hi I contacted Breitling UK by email, requesting a replacement of my COSC certificate. I was not holding out much hope and they very promptly returned my email quoting £72.00 inc VAT at 20% here in the UK. I had wondered about this and had received various bits of information of various forums, but this actually sets the record straight. It may be of use to other owners in need of a replacement COSC certificate? Hope it is of help, thanks


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 18, 2014 3:57 am 
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I wasn't aware that there was any doubt about the replacement, I've never heard of Breitling not doing it, but glad that you are getting yours.


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Again, the prices have shot up.
The last time I got a replacement cosc it was £40. Possibly around 2 years ago.

Ok no more moaning from me

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1952 wrote:
Again, the prices have shot up.

:yeahthat :shock: Where the hell has that increase come from? The last one I requested was probably 3 or 4 years ago and it was £35 all in. More than a 100% mark up in 3 or 4 years??? Disgraceful.

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1952 wrote:
Again, the prices have shot up.

:yeahthat :shock: Where the hell has that increase come from? The last one I requested was probably 3 or 4 years ago and it was £35 all in. More than a 100% mark up in 3 or 4 years??? Disgraceful.


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Still, its peace of mind for you. 8)

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