Question about Watches
My bezel was completely stuck and I found a simple home solution that really worked! Simply wedge a strand of dental floss underneath the bezel. I used a strong floss called from Johnson & Johnson called Reach Total Care. Have someone wear the watch so it is steady and secure. Make sure to pull the floss so it goes completely under the bezel (rather than stopping near the edge). I repeated it a few times around every area of the bezel until it went through smoothly. The bezel works like new. Good luck!
Posted on Feb 03, 2013
The reason the bezels get tight then stick is because after alot of wear and abuse it gets full of dirt, hair and really nasty junk you could not even imagine...take it to a reputable watch shop and ask them to take off the bezel and clean under it
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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