As of November 12th 2019, all Cartier timepieces purchased from a Cartier boutique or Authorized Retailer (like us!) can enjoy the complimentary extension of the International Limited Warranty for up to 8 years!
How to join?
Use this link to register your timepiece as found on your International Limited Warranty card:
Q: Which Cartier watches are eligible?
A: All Cartier watches still under their original 2-Year International Limited Warranty are eligible for this warranty extension program.
Q: What does the International Warranty cover?
A: Your Cartier watch is warranted against any manufacturing defects for an initial period of twenty-four (24) months from the date of purchase or up to eight (8) years after successful registration of your Cartier Care extension (see link above). If your watch is returned to Cartier for service during the Guarantee Period, any component found by our technical services to be defective as a result of a manufacturing defect will be, at Cartier's sole discretion, repaired or replaced free of charge. Upon expiration of the Guarantee Period, any services or repairs will be subject to a service charge.
Q: What is not covered by the Cartier Limited Warranty?
A: Any defects and damages resulting from misuse, negligence or accident. Defects and damages caused by improper use (knocks, dents, crushing to the case, crystal, bracelet, or strap, etc.) alterations, tampering, dismantling, or unauthorized modifications or repairs, as well as services, works and repairs performed by anyone other than a Cartier Boutique, a Cartier Authorized Retailer or a Cartier Authorized After-Sales Service Center or caused by the use of components and/or accessories other than those recommended by Cartier. Any watches where the serial number originally imprinted on the watch case is removed or not clearly legible, or where any part of the original watch back or any original number has been removed, changed, altered, replaced, erased or defaced. Routine maintenance and cleaning, as well as the consequences o the normal wear and tear and ageing of the watch. Any defects resulting from contact with water, if your water-resistance watch did not undergo the water-resistance tests required by Cartier each time the case was opened for any reason (including, for instance, replacement of a battery), or if your watch is not water-resistant.