Not trying to , but I have recently had some of my relatives and other friends who have had issues with their relatively new Rolex and Tudor watches. Case in point: - my brother owns his Sea-Dweller 126600 "red" since October 2017 (Mark 1), and it suddenly started to gain more than three minutes a week. He brought it back to the AD in Basel today, and after a quick check on the timegrapher, it was established that it had to be shipped back to Rolex as the movement was clearly not keeping proper time. - one of my best friends who got a Tudor Pelagos LHD just over two years ago, recently started to notice that the watch is sometimes stopped in the morning when he wakes up. Of course he wears it all time, so there is no valid reason why the power reserve would be completely down after one night of sleep... despite what the ignorant sales person kept telling him when he went back to the AD and who insisted that he should wind the watch every morning to avoid this issue!! - on top of these two examples, I know of two more people who had to send back their Pelagos under warranty after movement and power reserve issues. Now, in comparison to the thousands of watches these two brands put out each year, this is obviously a minute sample population. But given how hot these two brands have been lately, and also how unhappy some of their employees who feel overworked have been in the last couple of years, I am now wondering if these resulted in Quality issues in production at the crown and its sister company. Any other similar experience(s) out there or are the examples above real "flukes"?!