Moorea Hossegor watch
With its generous 43 mm diameter, this automatic watch is the sports watch par excellence from the Moorea collection. It uses an understated black for... See more
With its generous 43 mm diameter, this automatic watch is the sports watch par excellence from the Moorea collection. It uses an understated black for its dial on a Moorea link steel bracelet. This model, fitted with the Swiss Sellita SW200 mechanism, is at once understated and comfortable. Launched in 1984 and true company hallmark, having stood the test of time, the Moorea collection is, according to Pequignet, the symbol of the "French Touch", a subtle alliance of sophistication and restraint. Timeless luxury watches, which take no notice of the whims of fashion. It was Emile Pequignet himself, who gave this watch a name dear to his heart, that of his thoroughbred Moorea, which has won many competitions. A remarkable element of the Pequignet house of Pequignet DNA, its characteristic grain is recognised nowadays by all the specialists, and elegantly stands the test of time.
For your piece of mind all Pequignet watches are warranted for two years with effect from their date of purchase and for 3 years, if you have made your purchase in a Pequignet shop or from our website.
If you encounter a problem with your watch during the warranty period, you may count on our customer service and on our expert watchmakers to resolve the problem at no cost to you. This warranty applies to all the watches and covers all manufacturing defects in normal conditions of use. This warranty is effective only if the watch returned is accompanied by the warranty certificate, duly dated, signed and bearing the stamp of the retailer authorised to represent Pequignet. Each watch arriving at the Manufacture shall be the subject of an examination undertaken by our master watchmaker, in order to certify its condition.
If the watch was purchased from one of our retailers, you may request a one year's extension by applying on line.
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