Question about Watches
Condensation inside a watch means the watch's internal temperature and humidity reached dew point.
The watch needs to be disassembled "completely" and dried out. Get the battery OUT! Get a can of dust remover spray and get it dry. You can use some alcohol and a swab to clean it too. But careful, alcohol may act like a solvent and the parts may melt. If its been a few days, it might be too late. If you don't have the tiny tools or patience to do this yourself, try a local jeweler. They'll tell you right up front if its shot or not...
Posted on May 11, 2013
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