Just bought my first V C watch after owning several Omegas, Breitlings and Rolex watches through almost 15 years.
I bought it on December 24th, being on holliday. Its an Overseas chrongraf steel model, so nothing very fancy but I consider it my first "super league" watch.
After two days the watch suddenly stopped................ I rushed back to the authorised dealer, who told me that there was nothing wrong with the watch.
I wound it up in the morning the following days, and went back home om sunday December 28th.
When I put the wath in the case I have for for the watch I will wear the next day, I noticed a strange rattling sound.
The next day I went to the Danish authorised dealer (Klarlund) in Copenhagen and they told me that the rotor had come loose. Maybe they would have to send the watch to Switzerland for repair......... Boy - was I disappointed ! A 5 days old V C watch !
Lucky as I was they decided to get appproval to fix it in their own shop so I only had to wait for 4 days to get my new V C watch back - so thank you for an exellent service from Klarlund in Copenhagen !
But I must say that I am still somewhat disappointed about my watch. I have only had one wath that needed repair after so short time in all the years I have had watches as my hobby. (a very cheap Festina 12 years ago !)
Have anyone out there had the same unfortunate expieriences ?
I am also disappointed with the fact that V C did not answer to my E-mail to them about this. Apparently they do not think its appropriate to answer even politely written mails ?
I am now trying to get the same feeling of joy back as on the December 24th when I bought the watch, but I am still not there. Even though the nice guys at Klarlund showed me a V C with glass back, to have a closer look at the mecanics - they are top class watches !