That's not the way Tudor (or Rolex) works.I do not, but I continue to see reports of this issue on new watches. People say it was fixed starting at certain serial numbers and then others chime in that they still have the problem. Look at how Omega addressed the 3861 issue. They clearly identified what the cause was, and a solution. That’s how to handle it. The silence is deafening from Tudor on the issue. I wouldn’t buy a watch with this movement unless they acknowledge the issue and explain the solution.