Question about Invicta Pro Diver 9321 Wrist Watch
I've had a Rolex GMT II and with the economic problems
that we're all facing, I was forced to sell it.
I picked up an Invicta watch over the summer and love it,
execpt for the loud sound that the self winding is making.
Is this a common problem? Should I just take it to a jeweler
and have something tighten?
Sorry for your Rolex....
In any case you will not be able to to repair watch yourself as it takes skilled man and special tools to do the job.
It is NOT common that the winding rotor is making a noticeable noise, unless you bought second hand watch.
1st cause can be that the rotor fixing screw is loosened and the rotor is touching caseback whilst in move. Then you are the lucky one as the only thing to do is to tighten it properly.
2nd cause can be that the ball bearing is too worn, bridge screwws are loose, rotor axis worn and so on and so on. In this case you may need some part replacement and much more complicated work must be done. As the outcome it will take more time to repair and you will pay more money.
Posted on Dec 17, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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