Divers 65 wiggly stem crown

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    Divers 65 wiggly stem crown

    Fellow 65 owners, brand new Bico owner here. Had it for a week but didn’t really wear it until today. When i went to set the time, I noticed some wiggle in the stem/crown when extended. Is this normal? Can’t say I remember this with other watches. Thanks.

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    Edit. I should note the wiggle is very slight.

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    Re: Divers 65 wiggly stem crown

    Entirely normal. Stem is quite thin. Wind it gently.
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    Quote Originally Posted by teeritz View Post
    Entirely normal. Stem is quite thin. Wind it gently.
    Thanks.

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    Re: Divers 65 wiggly stem crown

    My Titan crown could wiggle for England when it’s unscrewed so I wouldn’t worry about it.

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