Seastar bezel stuck

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    Re: Seastar bezel stuck

    You might try asking the guys on WUS Watchmaking Forum for recommendations on freeing up the bezel.

    I haven't noticed any unusual clikcing noises when hand winding my Seastar. When it is fully wound and I continue hand winding, something engages the rotor and starts dragging it around. I've noticed the same thing on one of my other ETA watches too. It doesn't seem to have any negative effect on either watch.
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    Re: Seastar bezel stuck

    Quote Originally Posted by Hall View Post
    So, it goes to figure that immediately after I sing the praises of the Seastar 1000, the bezel on mine gets completely stuck.

    Anyone else have this problem...or have a solution (other than "don't turn it").

    Also, anyone else notice clicking noise in the stem when you wind it by hand.

    Still love the watch....just wished I would have knocked on wood.

    Actually i wound mine up just today and noticed the clicking noise, havnt noticed it befor!
    What could it be?

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