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Lsh wr30m 3 atm water rezist stainless steel back

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SOURCE: I have a wittnauer longlife 100 meter watch that

Maybe this model is a self winder?

Bulova owns this brand. I suggest you check out this site: http://www.allamericanwatches.com/site/626101/page/306313

Wittnauer and Bulova are better watches, usually sold at better jewlery stores. Perhaps you can get more information from a better jewler in your city.

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SOURCE: umm..mine is called.."FOSSIL 10 ATM" there's

10 ATM means that the watch is water resistant to 10 atmosphere's of pressure.
Long story short, yes you can swim with it. Yes, you can shower with it too.

Posted on Aug 02, 2010

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