Question about Watches
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Cant screw in screw-in crown
It's possible you may have stripped the thread or cross-threadded it. If you have a magnifier check the condition of the thread on bothe the inside of the crown and outside of the pendant.
Posted on Aug 23, 2009
Assuming that these parts are unique to your make of watch, then according to their web site there are no distributors in Austrailia.
If you go to their web site (www.vostok-europe.com/), you will see a map of the world and the countries that have distributors are shown in red.
Your nearest distributor is in Indonisia but you could just a easily order one from an English speaking country (to increase the chances of getting what you want!)
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
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Water Resistant is a common mark stamped on the back of wrist watches to indicate how well a watch is sealed against ingress of water. It is usually accompanied by an indication of the static test pressure that a sample of newly manufactured watches was exposed to in a leakage test. The test pressure can be indicated either directly in bars, or (more commonly) as an equivalent water depth in meters (in the United States sometimes also in feet).
An indication of the test pressure in terms of water depth does not mean a water resistant watch was designed for repeated long term use in such water depths. For example, a water resistant watch marked at 30 meters depth cannot be expected to withstand activity for longer time periods in a swimming pool, let alone continue to function at 30 meters under water. This is because the test is conducted only once using static pressure on some of the newly manufactured watches. The test for qualifying a diving watch for repeated usage in a given depth includes safety margins to take factors in account like aging of the seals, rapidly changing water pressure and temperature, as well as dynamic mechanical stresses encountered by a watch. Also every diving watch has to be fully tested for water resistance.
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Posted on Sep 02, 2010
I have the same problem with mine....They have some kind of manufacturer malfunction , tag will not admit. My is in the shop for the 3rd time ...at this point they should replace my watch...this one is a lemon.
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
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