Question about Movado Watches
Mcdevito75 here, This is condensation, the difference in air temperature inside and outside your Movado watch, no watch is air proof, Humid means water in the air, the higher the humidity the more water is in the air. As the humid air enters your Movado it cools thus leaveing water behind, very much like boiling water, we see the steam, but put a cover over it and we see water, the hot air hitting the cover cools and turns back to water. However in your Movado this is too much and over time your watch will become water logged and be no good, Best Bet, look for a small watch repair shop in your area and have them re-seal the crystal and back cover of your Movado watch, also chek if your watch is still under warrantee, if so the re-seal should be free.
Posted on Aug 04, 2010
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