NEW Tudor Warranty Card 2020 Complete Guide
During 2020, Tudor has started slowly but surely started implementing a new warranty card. Tudor announced it extended its warranty from 2 to five years (read all about it in this article). This update also announced that if you bought your Tudor between July 1st, 2018 until December 31st, 2019, you would receive a free 18-month extension on your warranty.
Now, Tudor has announced a new update to the warranty, but this time with the actual card.
The old Tudor warranty card looks like this:
The new Tudor warranty card includes the following information:
- Date of sale
- Serial number
The changes from the previous warranty card include:
- Removing the name of the official retailer
- Removing the LC (Land code) of the official retailer
- New design on the card
The new Tudor warranty card looks like this:
The upgrade of the card does not change anything in regards to the warranty and guarantee itself. Tudor, as mentioned, already upped its warranty from the 1st of January 2020. What it does change, however, is that both the “Land code” and “Name on the card” hysteria will be gone, as none of this information is displayed on the card.
The new warranty card is an RFID card, and apart from only activating it electronically (which was previously done by the retailer), official Tudor retailers are now also meant to write in the buyer’s information into Tudor’s system instead of writing the name on the card.
More information to follow about the new Tudor warranty card as soon as more details become available.