Question about Rolex Explorer II 16570 Wrist Watch
First- unscrew the crown. Then pull it out to the first click. In this position you can adjust date by turning the crown. When date is set, pull the crown further out (second click). This position is for time setting. Adjust the hands to desired time.
Push the crown back in and screw it on tight.
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
If the watch is working okay, and it is a self-winding model (i.e. it doesnt not have a battery which relatively few Rolexs do) then the noise you probably can hear is the self-winding mechanism.
Rolex backs are very, very difficult to remove and watch repairers have special tools to do so. As a Rolex is an offically certified chronometer, and therefore has an incrediby accurate and complex mechanism, the backs are deliberatly designed to be difficult to remove by just anybody.
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
on mine I removed a couple links using a jeweler's screwdriver(flat-blade). Look for the screws in a hole along the narrow edge of the links nearest to the clasp. Use care in removing/replacing these screws, you do not want to break or strip them using excessive force. If you need to remove more than one link, take additional links from the opposite side of the clasp, so the clasp stays centered on your wrist.
Posted on Nov 06, 2009
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