Question about Luminox Navy SEAL Dive II Wrist Watch
You can use a 3 pound hammer to take it apart or you can send it in for service. The watch will need new reseals once it is opened in order to keep it water proof. Send it in for service, evern if it is just in need of a new battery.
Posted on Oct 03, 2007
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