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Side buttons stick on sector 890

The side buttons to start the chromograph do not push in smoothly. Is this just how the watch functions?

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  • stefanrahove Feb 23, 2009

    I experienced the same problem with the sector 890 chronograph aligator strap. Moreover, the chronograph's seconds hand went crazy, starting reseting itself at different positions until it stopped working all together. I think the mechanism is made to click in the way it does even though I agree that it is quite annoying. One a more positive note, the design of my white dial Sector 890 is astonishing and I would even wear it just as a jewelry with no function what-so-ever :))

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All the pushbuttons must operate easy and snoothly. You will probably need just to clean them as grime and dirt goes in easily without notifying that.

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