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PostPosted: Sat Dec 22, 2007 11:15 pm 
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There is a clear sticker on back of my new Steelfish. What is it's purpose? Also, what is the yellow plastic medallion in the box for?

The dealer didn't stamp or sign the warranty card, but it has the name in perforation, serial #, and reference # on the next page. The booklet states that it has to have the name, address, stamp and sales person signature. Will this affect my warranty?

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The sticker is there to prevent minor scratches, keep it or remove it, it makes no difference. The yellow plastic tag is mainly for the dealers use, it lists your watches model, serial number, and model number (And provides a nice place to stick price tags!).

However, without a stamp and a signature you do not have a valid warranty.

The booklets are perforated because Breitling keeps a record of which serial numbers it sells to which stores. Ones that don't match are not valid. The serial number and model number requirements are no brainers, but the branch NEEDS to stamp, date and sign as well. Without this, Breitling will not honour the warranty.


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That is correct.. the booklet needs to be stamped by the dealer. Did you purchase it from a B&M AD? Or from an Online Dealer?

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Got it from an out of state B&M authorized dealer. I'm going to call him and get it fixed. Thanks for the answers, guys.

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