I'm not sure what you are trying to do here, but the post you have highlighted shown here (actually a combination of posts by 2 different people) has nothing to do with me.I did not give you '>one single< example of >a< quality issue of >a< logo coming off >a< clasp',
I used the plural, as it is not an isolated case but a recurring defect in either manufacturing or design not according to manufacturing capabilities.
I assumed you would remember, as you replied with an interesting post:
Yup. Very high quality stuff with very tight tolerances also comes out of China. Depends on what the clients are paying. Same as anywhere, really. not sure where you get that idea, the country China controls all manufacturing through the communist party they DO NOT have high quality metallurgy...www.watchuseek.com
I made 2 posts in that thread - post #34 where I said this:
"What is the part number on the clasp?"
And post #44:
"Okay I was just checking to see if Omega had made any sort of announcement on the Omega Extranet about this issue, since a few people have had it happen. Sometimes they will send out notices that if you come across some defect you can order a replacement then get reimbursed when you send the old defective part back. But nothing on this buckle unfortunately..."
I said none of what is in the box above.
As to the point that the clasp issue is a known issue, yes I'm aware of that. But that is the only quality issue you have been able to come up with. You say it's irrelevant, but it's not...