Tip & How-To about Watches
A watch with condensation under the glass needs to go to a watchmaker without delay, even if the condensation disappears again after a short time. This is one of the worst things that can happen to a watch. It means that minute quantities of water have penetrated the case but the seals are still tight enough to prevent it from evaporating. What you have on your wrist is in effect a miniature hothouse, where the water condenses at the coolest point. The constant damp atmosphere inside the case is very corrosive and, at worst, can destroy the movement. Without watchmakers knowledge there is no way anyone can dry the watch out and not to damage it, so, rush to your nearest watch repair shop as quick as possible.
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