condensation / misting in watches

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They come with A Declaration of Conformity, so I'll wager they do what they say on the tin.
Where human life is involved, manufacturers won't piss about!
 
They come with A Declaration of Conformity, so I'll wager they do what they say on the tin.
Where human life is involved, manufacturers won't piss about!
I think they should come with a declaration that you’re going to use said timepiece as the manufacturer intended. 😏
 
My Breitling SuperOcean has been worn 24/7 for the last 20yrs.
It gets a Maintenance service every 2yrs
https://static.breitling.com/videos/maintenance/maintenance-service-en.mp4
And a Complete service every 6yrs

It's cheaper to service the car!
Pampered life! 😆

Mine only go back when they no longer keep time or lose functionality. The Chronomatic had stopped completely so had a full service for the first time in 17 years, the Chrono Avenger had a warranty job early in its life (so 20+ years ago) but one of the pushers is sticky and a spruce up of the internals wouldn't hurt.
 
I was so impressed by this video that I bought the watch

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They don't need to, it's only a way one valve. Helium has tiny molecules, which penetrate the 'O' ring, going through the actual rubber/silicon,thus pressuring the inside of the watch. As the external pressure becomes less, the internal pressure pushes the Crystal out, usually.
Only of any use if your a 'Saturation Diver'.
To be fair I don't know anyone who dives without a Dive Computer.
Dive watches are mere jewellery these days.
I certainly wouldn't risk my Omega scraping across North Sea Granite!
My sentiments exactly.
 

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