Question about Watches
Why not put it on a heating pad with a "desicant" bag (moisture absorbing crystals) both on a terry cloth face cloth.
Low low setting on the heating pad or the watch oil will dry up and movement will be slowed down.
When I was a kid with a cheap timex, I tried the low elec oven or hair dryer with the casing exposed. To hot and too harsh air movement. Probably expanded the spring and lost its "spring".
It will be close to $100 for our PhD watch makers today. Oil and replace main spring. Ce'la gureer.
Posted on Jun 27, 2008
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