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    Riseman case question..

    Hi everyone, i'm new and i'm italian..so scuse me if my english won't be correct.
    I've recently bought a new Casio Riseman from amazon, and i've noticed that between the superior case and the inferior case there is 1-2 mm of space, like all around the reset botton.
    Is everithing ok? is it a "normal space" or i need to change it?
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    Riseman case question..

    I don't own a Riseman (wish I did), but if you compare your pictures to those on the Internet, it seems to be normal. But I do understand your concern.

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    Re: Riseman case question..

    Based on your picture, looks normal.





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    Re: Riseman case question..

    Thank you for the answers! The last question of a maniacal owner: is it normal that when i press the botton, or when i press laterally on the case the watch make creaking noise? Do your risemans make these noises when you press on it?

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    Re: Riseman case question..

    Not as tight as some other Riseman, but nothing to worry about, it's just the caseback cover, you can remove the caseback cover (simply unscrew the 4 tiny screws) then put it back to see if there still is any gap (gently press it in before put the screws back), it's a 5-minute operation.
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    Re: Riseman case question..

    Quote Originally Posted by Richi92 View Post
    Thank you for the answers! The last question of a maniacal owner: is it normal that when i press the botton, or when i press laterally on the case the watch make creaking noise? Do your risemans make these noises when you press on it?

    No, mine doesn't make noise while being pressed vertically or laterally, maybe one of the cover on yours hasn't been properly pressed in.
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    Thank you! I'll verify the caseback cover

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    Re: Riseman case question..

    The small gap looks normal. There actually looks to be a small bevel in the seam on the upper and lower case. The creaking noise doesn't sound normal though.

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