I now can't fix the bloody thing to show the correct time.
Does anybody know how to do this?
I'm being serious by the way, so please just give serious answers.
Gianni Vecci is not a renowned name and it is unlikely that your local store is going to be keen to mess with it.
They come with a service booklet and instructions on how to return the item to them for repair - use the service as the manufacturer is likely to be your best bet.
GV use off the shelf components from the far east in their movements which are mass produced and prone to poor quality control - it is likely that when you return it they will simply replace the workings or maybe even the whole watch - it just isn't worth trying to repair
Take it to a jewellers.
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