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    i got this watch as i gift and i really like it . i have had it about a month and i used an old cleaning silver towel on it but it seemed to turn the edges bronze like around the bezel and by the lugs
    why is this? surely croton cannot use that cheap of materials can they?
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    ...Oh yes they can...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ameyers6 View Post
    i got this watch as i gift and i really like it . i have had it about a month and i used an old cleaning silver towel on it but it seemed to turn the edges bronze like around the bezel and by the lugs
    why is this? surely croton cannot use that cheap of materials can they?
    Yes, made in China?

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    made in China piece marketed same way as Invictas with similar 'unbelevable ' discount for the nieve - no kind of adverse metal reaction would surprise !

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    Quote Originally Posted by shameless View Post
    made in China piece marketed same way as Invictas with similar 'unbelevable ' discount for the nieve - no kind of adverse metal reaction would surprise !
    never had an invicta do this what a shame

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    Quote Originally Posted by ameyers6 View Post
    never had an invicta do this what a shame
    well there you have it !! not in the same class as your Invicta

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    Quote Originally Posted by shameless View Post
    well there you have it !! not in the same class as your Invicta
    LOL!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dancing Fire View Post
    LOL!!

    only own one invicta not a big fan sold the others but a chronograph. never seen plating come off on that besides cheap flee market watches
    Last edited by ameyers6; January 14th, 2014 at 02:18.

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    Your case is probably SS. Silver polish will leave stains -- go figure -- on stainless steel. A damp cloth with water or glass cleaner should solve the problem.

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    What is Croton anyway?

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