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brillangel Avatar
8y, 5m agoPosted 8 years, 5 months ago
Hi
I brought a necklace from Swarovski a couple of months ago and a couple of days ago one of the crystals fell off. Does anyone know what Swarovski policy is on this? As I know they don't cover wear and tear and I am not too sure if this is wear and tear?

Also if they were to fixed it, has anyone had experience of how long it takes to fix?

Thanks guys!!
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8y, 5m agoPosted 8 years, 5 months ago
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1 Like #1
i wouoldnt say this was ware and tear more like a manafacture fault as over a few months should defo not happen, and as for fixing if you took to a shop they should be able to do fairly quickly as i guess would only be a reset and glue job poss half a day. if sending/taking back to swarov i would hope they replaced it straight away as i suspect its wasnt overly cheap :)
1 Like #2
havent dealt with them but if you only bought it a few months ago and irs only been worn on several occasions i would think you would get a replacement or at least repair it for you
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unleashing1
i wouoldnt say this was ware and tear more like a manafacture fault as over a few months should defo not happen, and as for fixing if you took to a shop they should be able to do fairly quickly as i guess would only be a reset and glue job poss half a day. if sending/taking back to swarov i would hope they replaced it straight away as i suspect its wasnt overly cheap :)


I brought it from a Swarovski store but I don't live near one so I probably have to take it to H Samuels who will send it off. As I want to wear the necklace for my graduation so I am unsure if they can get it back to me, obviously if they can replace it or repair it straight away it would be good!!

holly100
havent dealt with them but if you only bought it a few months ago and irs only been worn on several occasions i would think you would get a replacement or at least repair it for you



Yeah thats what I thought because last time this happened with something else I emailed them and went with what they said that because it has been a while then I have to pay to get it fix etc... but that time there was a couple of crystals that came off!!
1 Like #4
You can try but I think you'll have to have it repaired yourself. Swarovski always sell insurance with their products. What I tend to do though is not bother with insurance but if a piece breaks, go buy a new one with insurance and take the broken one back and claim a replacement. Then return the replacement for your money back.
#5
Hey guys,

Thank you for the reply, I just thought about it and rung the Swarovski store that I brought it from and I explained my situation and they said that they could exchange one for me because it is taking about 8-10 weeks for repair. So I will probably be going back there to exchange it although it is a 2 hour trip!
#6
LadyMadonna
You can try but I think you'll have to have it repaired yourself. Swarovski always sell insurance with their products. What I tend to do though is not bother with insurance but if a piece breaks, go buy a new one with insurance and take the broken one back and claim a replacement. Then return the replacement for your money back.


I didn't realise they sell insurance, I don't remember being sold any probably me not listening lol!
#7
Not bought any for a year or so now so it may have changed. My mum collects the stuff though so bought a fair amount in the past. Maybe it's just with figurines and stuff though?

Glad your getting it sorted anyway.
#8
brillangel
Hey guys,

Thank you for the reply, I just thought about it and rung the Swarovski store that I brought it from and I explained my situation and they said that they could exchange one for me because it is taking about 8-10 weeks for repair. So I will probably be going back there to exchange it although it is a 2 hour trip!


as its a 2 hour journey why not ask whether you can send it back via post insured
and if they could send you new one - save you the journey - i would imagine they might refund postage as well:thumbsup:
#9
or if you could exchange at a closer outlet :)
#10
LadyMadonna
Not bought any for a year or so now so it may have changed. My mum collects the stuff though so bought a fair amount in the past. Maybe it's just with figurines and stuff though?

Glad your getting it sorted anyway.


Yeah maybe that is it :)

holly100
as its a 2 hour journey why not ask whether you can send it back via post insured
and if they could send you new one - save you the journey - i would imagine they might refund postage as well:thumbsup:



unleashing1
or if you could exchange at a closer outlet :)


I forgot about that, I rung another store about it now. But they said they have to see the necklace first to see if it is wear and tear and would not give me a definitely answer. I told him about the graduation and he said that it doesn't usually take 8-10 weeks to fix but I told him that I was told the minimum would be 6 weeks and he was still trying to convince me I would get it back on time but I don't really want to risk it!! So he said to bring it in to show them. So just have to wait and see ask I have to send it down to my bf to get him to do it for me!

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