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Is it really made in swiss ?
Mohannad13
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swiss_made#The_use_of_the_name_Swiss_on_watches
Just received mine, the chronograph second hand is not centered, that's a serious QC problem. Vendor did not check watches before shipping or is using MD to clear unsaleable stock.
EwenFR
you can reset that yourself
Geronimo
You're totally right. That was my first ETA G10 ( there's still a QC problem, but I'm happy not having to open it ).
For those getting the watch with the same problem, resetting the second hand as follow: Pull crown in position 2 ( date adjustment ), use lower pusher to start chrono, when second hand is centered stop with lower pusher and push crown back to position 1, you're done.

" Additional Design Elements: Lumed Arabic numerals mark the hour positions, save for the 2 and 10 o’clock positions, which are marked by luminous pips. "

This doesn't seem to agree with the photo in the description. Exactly which watch is this a drop for?
Oh now they added 1 year MD warranty gz
Got mine yesterday weary satisfied
Here are some pics
241656 | Gray Dial, Stainless Steel Bracelet
https://imgur.com/a/MFa5m

I also have 241493 form couple years ago and weary satisfied with Victorinox. For watches and pocket knifes I go to them.
Watch just arrived. Looks good! Very Happy!!
Beautiful, I would take one, but, thirty minute timer isn't practical, need longer.
Thinking of joining this drop for the gray with black strap. Anyone currently have one from the previous drop and willing to show some real world pics? I'm really curious about what shade the gray is.
Really, no warranty?!...
Does the large second hand activate with the stop watch, and the small subdial runs all the time? I really want a Chrono watch, but I can't wrap my head around why they all seem to be made this way.
Dmf326
Yes, that's how the majority of chronos work. The reasoning is that when you're timing something with the chronograph it's more important to get an accurate seconds time versus just looking at the watch, hence the chrono gets the large second hand while the actual watch timer gets the small subdial.

I dislike this too because what's the point of getting a nice automatic chrono if you can't see the sweeping seconds hand? On the other hand (no pun intended), if you get a quartz chrono you can barely see the cruddy quartz tick tock movement. Since the movement is less noticable on the small subdial, I've gotten some pretty nice quartz chronos that I might not have otherwise purchased if they were non chronograph quartz watches. At least i tell myself that's the silver lining.
Mine has arrived, in nz.
So, 2 questions.
1. Whats the deal with Warranty?
2. Does it come with the manufacturers documents, manual, authenticity certification, etc?
thanks :)
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I don't understand them also, they can sell fault product and say there was no warranty so bb
lisiren
Yea i just read through the massdrop terms and it says 30 day returns but thats not long enough for a fault in a watch to prevail quite often... oh well thats the discount i suppose, bit hard to complain, perhaps its coz im from Australia and here the consumer laws are incredible
There are also sweet options like brown dial or blue etc, why didn't you include it (
https://www.amazon.com/Victorinox-241493-Chrono-Classic-Display/dp/B005FFHNGY/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1501588156&sr=8-1&keywords=241493&th=1
https://www.amazon.com/Victorinox-241493-Chrono-Classic-Display/dp/B005BR4IE6/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1501588156&sr=8-1&keywords=241493&th=1
What about warranty MD?

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