Question about Watches
You need a press or a vice, and (if the crystal is flat) a piece of hard plastic or wood for each side. Then slowly and carefully press down or tighten untill the back "snapps" on. If you have a domed crystal, you will have to find something that will go around the casing, but not hit the crystal and do the tightening. If your watch is different then what I discribed PLEASE let me know and we will think of something just for your watches dementions and crystal type.
Posted on Aug 11, 2008
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