Question about Watches
Take it to a watch shopor jewelry store and they should be able to do it for about $8. If you do it yourself you'll need some specilaized tools to asvoid damaging the watch and a new gasket for the caseback to keep it water resistant. The old gasket cannot be reused even if it looks ok. Once the gasket has been compressed it will leak if reused.
Posted on Apr 25, 2010
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