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Have lost the screw to wind the watch it's a lorus chronograph 100mm. Where can I buy one? mtracey@flairinternational.com

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You should be able to have one fitted by a Seiko authorized dealer.

Go to your nearest dealer and ask him to fit a new winder.

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Watch glossary: C (part2)


C0Ck, see bridge.
COLIMAçONNAGE, see snailing.
COLUMN-WHEEL
Part of chronograph movements, governing the functions of various levers and parts of the chronograph operation, in the shape of a small-toothed steel cylinder. It is controlled by pushers through levers that hold and release it. It is a very precise and usually preferred type of chronograph operation.
COMPLICATION
Additional function with respect to the manual-winding basic movement for the display of hours, minutes and seconds. Today, certain features, such as automatic winding or date, are taken for granted, although they should be defined as complications. The main complications are moonphase, power reserve, GMT, and full calendar. Further functions are performed by the so-called great complications, such as split-second chronograph, perpetual calendar, tourbilon device, and minute repeater.
CORRECTOR
Pusher positioned on the case side that is normally actuated by a special tool for the quick setting of different indications, such as date, GMT, full or perpetual calendar.
COSC
Abbreviation of "Contrôle Officiel Suisse des Chronomètres" the most important Swiss institution responsible for the functioning and precision tests of movements of chronometers. Tests are performed on each individual watch at different temperatures and in different positions before a functioning bulletin and a chronometer certificate are issued, for which a maximum gap of -4..+4 seconds per day is tolerated.
CôTES CIRCULAIRES
Decoration of rotors and bridges of movements, whose pattern consists of a series of concentric ribs.
CôTES DE GENèVE
Decoration applied mainly to high-quality movements, appearing as a series of parallel ribs, realized by repeated cuts of a cutter leaving thin stripes.
COUNTDOWN TIMER
A function that lets the wearer keep track of how much of a pre-set period of time has elapsed. Some countdown timers sound a warning signal a few seconds before the time runs out. These are useful in events such all kinds of race.
COUNTER
Additional hand on a chronograph, indicating the time elapsed since the beginning of the measuring. On modern watches the second counter is placed at the center, while minute and hour counters have off-center hands in special zones, also called subdials.
CROWN
Usually positioned on the case middle and allows winding, hand setting and often date or GMT hand setting. As it is linked to the movement through the winding stem passing through a hole in the case. For waterproofing purposes, simple gaskets are used in water-resistant watches, while diving watches adopt screwing systems (screw-down crowns).
CROWN WHEEL
Wheel meshing with the winding pinion and with the ratchet wheel on the barrel-arbor.
CRYSTAL
The clean cover over the watch face. Three types of crystals are commonly found in watches: acrylic crystal, mineral crystal and sapphire crystal .

on Jan 11, 2010 | Watches

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My gold Mickey mouse Lorus watch was opened a part damaged by the person replacing the battery. This is not a digital watch, but has nthe mouse with hands and a second wheel at bottom.


You are probably going to have to look for an identical watch for parts.You might try this site:
http://www.esslinger.com/watchparts.aspx?gclid=COCr3t2F9KUCFcIKKgodgiARnA which is parts for watches. I'd have a look on ebay as well for a watch that is not working. Of course it does depend on the part you are looking for. I am also wondering if the inner parts for another Lorus mickey moue watch might fit, but maybe you don;t wish to change it out from the original.

Dec 17, 2010 | Disney Lorus Out of Production Collectible...

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I've lost the chronograph button above the winder. Where can I buy one on line and does it screw back in. Thanks. Edmond


mcdevito75, Best Bet with your Chrono watch is, check out a small watch repair shop in your area for that btton and replacement. A smaller watch repair shop may save you some money on costs.

Jun 22, 2010 | TechnoMarine Ceramique Watch TCB02C

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Unscrew the back of a lorus watch


mcdevito75 here, Most Lorus watches use a press fit back cover on their watches, simply us e a knife with a sharp edge between the case and cover and with a slight twisting motion the cover should come off, Also Look for any slots in the cover that match a slot in the case, or a very slight extension or lip on the cover, this is where you"d place the knife and use a slight twisting motion to remove the cover. If there are screws on the back cover you"ll need to remove those screws to get the cover off. Your Local small watch repair shop can help out.

Jun 20, 2010 | Watches

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I have a Lorus NX11A multifunction watch and have no manual. I have been on the Lorus website but it might as well be written in Japanese


mcdevito75 here, I would imagine this is a Mickey Mouse Lorus watch by the picture supplied. If it Has DAY / DATE function, here"s what to do, --- To set the DAY, pull the stem out to set, keep turning the hads till you rech the day, then push in the stem. To Change the DATE 9 number) slip your fingernail just under the stem and lift it to it"s first position (notch) this should allow you to change the DATE (number) without haveing to turn the hands so many times.

Jun 24, 2009 | Disney Lorus Out of Production Collectible...

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Instruction for Lorus chronograph watch


Go to www.loruswatches.com and they have instructions there. I didn't download that translator and it still was available in english. I don't know your model number but you can do that there. Hope it helps.

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