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    Re: Metallic Dust in Flieger

    Stowa's team is back from holidays next week isn't it ?
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    Re: Metallic Dust in Flieger

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    Stowa's team is back from holidays next week isn't it ?
    Back on 9th.
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    Re: Metallic Dust in Flieger

    Thanks Mike
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    Re: Metallic Dust in Flieger

    Hi everyone !

    I 've contacted Stowa and send pics : They quickly answered my mail. At first sight this is due to rotor friction. They will have to do a complete cleaning.

    The golden color of the metallic dust seems to be the same as the rotor in maillechort. Before that I was thinking about a "golden" Wheel.

    I don't know were there is friction with the rotor, I 've looked on the bridges and screws, but there is no stripes I could see.

    If there is friction , I hope there is no pieces to change...
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    Re: Metallic Dust in Flieger

    My watch was well received by Stowa !

    8 to 10 weeks to wait...
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    Re: Metallic Dust in Flieger

    Quote Originally Posted by Jacob Casper View Post
    Please let us know what they said its happening and how your experience was with them.
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    The repair service proposed me to replace the "going barrel" (and a complete cleaning).


    So my impression of "hard winding up with the crown" could be explained...
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    Re: Metallic Dust in Flieger

    My Flieger is back at home since 12 days . It's works well with a +1.4 sec/day.

    Beside the problem explain above (repaired), I tell them there was a also a problem with the lume of the dial and the hours hand, which they changed free of charge.
    And the rotor doesn't spin anymore like a helicopter when I wind it up.

    Thanks to the Stowa Team. They did a good job.

    Special thanks to Fanny.
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    Re: Metallic Dust in Flieger

    Quote Originally Posted by Crow View Post
    My Flieger is back at home since 12 days . It's works well with a +1.4 sec/day.

    Beside the problem explain above (repaired), I tell them there was a also a problem with the lume of the dial and the hours hand, which they changed free of charge.
    And the rotor doesn't spin anymore like a helicopter when I wind it up.

    Thanks to the Stowa Team. They did a good job.

    Special thanks to Fanny.
    Very cool and thanks for keeping the thread up to date.

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    Re: Metallic Dust in Flieger

    That is good news. As a new stowa customer, I am rest assured that their customer service will be second to none when that time comes.

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