What causes "Jellies" to discolour?

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    Member W44NE G's Avatar
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    What causes "Jellies" to discolour?

    I received a Glorious Gold watch yesterday and it's really nice. The thing I hate about jellies though, as does everyone, is the discolouration.

    Does this happen due to UV, sweat, general outdoor exposure etc or something completely different?

    Has anyone ever found a way to protect it... other than to replace the band and bezel with something completely different and therefore have a completely different looking watch?

    I was thinking if it's UV, a coating could be applied but I'm sure Casio would have already thought of that

    I'm sure this has been discussed before but I couldn't find any related articles after a search.

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    Re: What causes "Jellies" to discolour?

    Congratulations on the new addition. From my understanding, I don't think there is anything you can do about protecting the band from discolouration. I think the most common thing to do if it happens is to give it a dye job.

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    Re: What causes "Jellies" to discolour?

    Quote Originally Posted by kiwidj View Post
    give it a dye job.
    That's my plan. Until then though I'm just wearing it

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