What's everyone's experience diving with the Aquaracer Calibre S?
I know it's rated to 300M, but last year on my dive trip I had issues with the crown getting accidentally pushed and it took on water - starting as a mist, which quickly rotted out the guts. Now that it's been replaced and working like a champ I'm a little hesitant to take it diving...
I can't seem to replicate it on dry land, but what I saw was the mode was changed from either clock to chrono mid-dive. My assumption is that I had it low on my wrist and as I flexed my wrist I was depressing the crown enough to switch modes. But again, I can't make it happen on dry land.
I think I'm smart enough not to push the buttons while submerged (though no guarantees! ) but is the depression of the crown a "seal breaker" that would flood the watch? Has anyone else had this problem?
My guess is yes, and hence my hesitation.
I suppose if I'm wearing a wetsuit I can expand the bracelet and strap it up higher so it's not low on my wrist, but I'm leery to take the risk.