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I need spare part for my k3 submarine watch: I need Screw Down Case Pipe + Crown. Where can I find it in Australia?

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Assuming that these parts are unique to your make of watch, then according to their web site there are no distributors in Austrailia.

If you go to their web site (www.vostok-europe.com/), you will see a map of the world and the countries that have distributors are shown in red.

Your nearest distributor is in Indonisia but you could just a easily order one from an English speaking country (to increase the chances of getting what you want!)

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