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I have a 5 year old pulsar ladies watch. In the last year it has started producing a black grease like dirt that stains my skin and clothes. It won't go away even with I scrub it or use cleaners. does this happen to others? is the watch wearing out.. a reaction my my skin???

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I have a Pulsar watch and on the expandable band, the casing fell off and can't get it replaced unless we take off a link...To me this was too much trouble, time and expense...I won't buy another Pulsar! Too bad cause I thought it was a beautiful watch.

Posted on Sep 18, 2008

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