Jaeger-LeCoultre Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Manufacture Jaeger-LeCoultre SA, or simply Jaeger-LeCoultre (French pronunciation: [ ʒeʒɛʁ ləkultʁ]), is a Swiss luxury watch and clock manufacturer founded by Antoine LeCoultre in 1833 and is based in Le Sentier, Switzerland. Since 2000, the company has been a fully owned subsidiary of the Swiss luxury group Richemont.Jaeger-LeCoultre is regarded as a top-tier Richemont brand. It has hundreds of
Opérateur (Current Employee) says"Mise à part qu’on apprend beaucoup dans cette manufacture,la direction est invisible,pas apte de prendre de bonnes décision,ambiance d’un centre aéré aux ébauches.responsable incompétent,moins vous en ferez plus vous serez bien avec les responsable .quand on signal un défaut ou une erreur on vous dit oui et elle est vite oublier et étouffer.personne ivre a leur poste et aucune réaction.je déconseille fortement Cons: Aux ébauches ambiances proche centre aéré, des responsable aux ébauches incredible, inexistant, laxiste, ils servent à rien et incompetant"
horloger (Former Employee) says"révision mouvements et réglage sur calibres simples Cons: pas d'avantages en nature"
Opérateur de production (Current Employee) says"entreprise bien organisé cependant les salaires ainsi que la sécurité de l'emploi et l'evolution de carriere ne me convienne pas."
Assistante logistique (Former Employee) says"Selon notre poste nous avons une plage horaire d'arrivée et de départ au travail qui nous permet de nous arranger avec les contraintes familiales."
Régleur mise d’épaisseur (Former Employee) says"Bon environnement de travail et très bonnnes conditions de travail."
AGAG says"Very very rude snobby people, good stock."
Mr Rupani says"Despite having bought several watches from them in the past - my recent experience with them has been awful. They are arrogant and paying well below market prices. They offered me GBP 4,000 for a watch which I received GBP 4750 - 5000 elsewhere. Shame as they used to be great to use..."
Rabeeh says"Bought a great watch in good condition but was told it had been serviced at Rolex in London. I still took it to Rolex St. James to get a new dial out in to make the watch look newer. In the procedure they found no record of the serial number of the watch being had and service done to it, which is mandatory if Rolex wants to take in a watch for any reason they must do a service on it. It cost me 800£ for the service, replacement of the chipped glass and to relolish the watch. The is excluding the cost of replacing the dial. The is on top of what I paid for the watch 10,000£. I would have still bought the watch but didn't appreciate the misleading sales pitch . I was aware it was a vintage watch and wasn't expecting a new one, yet was made to think it had been restored to new. There was another watch in a different shop which was identical and cheaper but needed the same work done, had I known I would have settled for the cheaper one and had the same work done to it. Would have saved me 1,600£ in total."
Paul says"If your thinking of selling or buying expensive watches my advice to you is try other dealers before you do a deal with this dealer ,so you know what they offer you is a fair price for your watch and not a silly offer I made the mistake of not doing this don,t be taken in by polite people as I was my own silly fault."
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