Re: Determining YEAR for Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust Chronometer
- From: "John S." <hjsjms@xxxxxx>
- Date: 21 Jul 2005 06:43:47 -0700
Sweat, salt water or just plain old tap water will corrode the metal
surfaces within a watch. Once water is introduced into a watchcase the
movement is continually bathed in moisture. The movement resides in
the horological equivalent of a tropical rainforest that is perpetually
dark, damp, warm and with no airflow.
It's important that someone with the right tools and appropriate
training disassemble that expensive watch movement, clean, reoil and
check for any permanent damage. It is not a job for someone with a
pair of vice grips and eyeglass screwdrivers from KMart.
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