I wonder if someone here could answer a question for me. 3 weeks ago to the day I received my new Luminox 3001. I am thrilled with it and have wanted one for a long time. Anyway it never leaves my wrist. The last two days here in Ireland have been in the -10 degrees Celsius range though and this morning I had to jog 7 miles to work because of the bad weather. When I stopped I noticed that fog had built up on the inside of the crystal. I would not say droplets just a very very fine mist which dissipated very fast once I got indoors. Long story short I am wondering if I need to replace the watch. Waterproofing is important to me and its rated to 660m so I'm very happy about that.
At the moment I'm thinking its probably just atmosphere from the place of manufacture trapped in the watch being condensed due to the extreme cold. Would I be correct in this assumption.
Any help and info is greatly appreciated.