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Youtube has great tutorials on this!

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How do i polish army boot


Apply polish, and wipe off. Then use a cloth to buff the hell out of it.

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How do I adjust the band?


take the watch to your local jeweler with the extra links it came with and ask them to add it on to the band it will cost about 5-10 dollars good luck

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If you have a plastic crystal, you can use plastic polish (I like Novus #2, myself) to buff out small scratches. In a pinch, white toothpaste (not the gel kind) contains gentle grit and also will buff out some imperfections in a plastic watch crystal. Toothpaste is harsher than plastic polish, however, and may remove deeper scratches at the cost of creating some additional fine scratches.
If your watch crystal is made of mineral glass, scratches cannot be easily polished out. In that case, your best solution would be to take it to a jeweler or watch repair facility to have the crystal replaced. Depending on the style of the watch, replacing a crystal can be as little as $15--or run to well over $100 for some diver's watches. If you're not comfortable with the estimate, get another one elsewhere. Crystal replacement is a high profit margin job for many jewelers. Not everyone is equally greedy.

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The crystal is scratched, can I fix that myself?


Thanks for contacting FIxYa.
  • Use a jeweler's loupe to identify all scratches on the watch crystal. You do not have to remove the watch crystal from the watch.
  • Use a polishing cloth to remove dirt, grit, lint or any debris on the watch crystal. Squeeze a small amount of standard toothpaste with abrasive properties onto the watch crystal. Gently brush the toothpaste into the crystal for five minutes. Wipe clean the watch crystal. and repeat another five minutes.
  • Use the jeweler's loupe to inspect your progress. Repeat application if necessary. Apply Brasso polish once the watch crystal is wiped clean. This will polish the crystal to a clear, bright shine.
  • Apply Autosol or Polywatch to the watch crystal in the same manner as toothpaste if you prefer to use a product specifically designed for watch crystals. These products will provide the same results as toothpaste. You may also apply Cerium Oxide, a glass scratch remover used specifically in the window manufacturing industry.
  • Apply a small amount of 3-micron diamond paste using your finger or a Kleenex if removing scratches from a sapphire crystal. Rub the paste in for about five minutes. Remove paste with cloth. Buff the sapphire crystal with one-quarter micron buffing diamond paste for finishing.
  • Use a toothpick to remove excess polish and gunk that may accumulate between the crystal and the bezel that secures the crystal in place. Gently work the toothpick around the diameter of the bezel. Wipe the bezel clean with a cloth.
  • Buff the watch crystal with a polishing cloth.

  • OR..take to a local jeweler/watchmaker.
    Best regards. Jewel

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    How do you open back to change battery?


    Swiss Army watches require a special tool. You will need to call your local jewelers and ask if they do Swiss Army watches as not every jeweler has the tool to do it.
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    I want to join army. What should I do? is this a good choice?


    First of all you need to decide what it is you want to do in the military. Once you've made your choice of what job you feel you want to spend your LIFE doing under a military environment then look hard at all the services and what one has the best schools for your future during and after the military. It is best to find a job that is best suited for civilian life after the military. It will be kind of hard to find a job in ordinance disposal or artillery once you finish up with your military career. However these jobs do exist! I spent my military career in the Navy Seabees as a Construction Electrician. Once I got out I was able to find a very comfortable high paying position with little effort. All things to think about before signing on the dotted line and taking the oath.

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    Second hand slipping


    What you need his a hand alignment.
    On a high grade watch like an Omega you could be looking at anywhere between $40-$100 depending on the shop.
    I would look for a shop that has a watch maker on staff and that is familiar with the Omega. This usually isnt hard to find but you also want to be sure that the watch can be resealed. They need to have a pressure test machine and be able to guarantee the watch has been resealed to manufacturer specifications.
    You might be able to get a better deal by getting your standard service done at the same time.
    Good luck my friend. Great watch!

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    Swiss Army watch 70609 second hand pauses


    Battery life indicater just warning to get that battery replaced so it wont stop at an inconveinient time

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