Question about Navy Seal Luminox Dive Watch
Since you have dive watch I can only wonder if the back has been removed and when it was replaced, the seal was not as effective as it should be.
I suggest that you take it to a Luminox dealer and ask them to sort it out.
You can find your nearest dealer by going to "Liminox.com" and clicking on "find a retailer" at the top of the page.
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
Might as well try Oxygen Absorber, Absorbents or Silica Gel Deisccant because Iron can become rusty in the air. Oxygen absorbent uses chemical reactions between oxygen and activated iron with water and salt as media. Oxygen is absorbed effectively during this reaction. It also eliminates the moist just put it besides your watch .
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
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Try CAREFULLY cleaning the mechanism with naphtha lighter fluid. Lighter fluid is high grade naphtha. Be careful not to allow it to run on to the face and electronics. It may damage the face with stain or remove any decals or cemented numerals. It may only take a small amount to clean the shaft bearings. The lighter fluid cleans and lubricates without leaving a film. If you can, while the fluid is on the gears, manually turn the clock forward 12 hours. That will rotate all the gears fully. Us the fluid sparingly!
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