Question about Watches
This has a solid case. There is no place to pry open.
That means you have a monoblock case and this can be opened using a special pump and forcing the air into the case through the tube (where the stem is inserted into the movement).
When forced in, the air pressure builds up in the case and lifts up the watch glass.
It is quite tricky operation and need skilled watchmakers hands and tools.
When I first used this metod, air pressure was so strong, that it shot out the glass from the case together with the movement and all the watch bits flew over the place, ending with damaged fingers, scratched dial and broken balance staff, so, I had to buy them and replace.
My advice is to go to your nearest watch repair shop and ask for help, as you wont be able to open your watch without proper tools or you will damage or brake watch glass.
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Posted on Jan 19, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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