Stealth GA-100 1A1
Black Knight Quartz
Riseman Rising Dragon, Pathfinder PRG80, Oceanus, G1000H
This is the only thing that I can think of which might solve the screws from soldering themselves into the metal watch case from all the rust.
Last edited by RolexSubMan; December 28th, 2008 at 08:34.
The other problem with resin (which really shook my faith in G-Shocks when it happened to me yesterday) is deformation of the lug-holes.
I was at work, pulling a big heavy trolley down a narrow passageway. I caught my watch on something immoveable, and to my horror the strap came off and the watch fell off. Amazingly I managed to find the springbar in a dirty, not particularly well lit part of the warehouse. On inspection, it appeared that the springbar had been pulled from the hole across the lug scoring a channel across the lug. It did go back together, but if I manage to do the same again the springbar will not stay in (and if that does happen, my only option is going to be a mil-shock conversion).
With a stainless steel case the springbar or strap would have failed first.
'I never done it'
Does anybody in here know HOW stretched open lug holes can be repaired on a plastic resin watch case?
Looks like he got banned for some reason.
I'm amused that he was SHOCKED, SHOCKED I TELL YOU, that a $40 watch isn't completely indestructible.
WTB - More wrists
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