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|Author:||amr ashraf [ Mon Oct 15, 2018 12:11 am ]|
|Post subject:||Seawolf steel opinion please?|
I am going to buy a new seawolf steel
But the idea of having an expensive watch with the crown tube being integral to the middle case confuses me .
I know that i have to be careful while using the screw crown of any watch But after say 15 years of continuous usage and when i send the watch for complete overhaul, the threads of the tube will have been worn out from the screwing and unscrewing throughout the 15-20 years and should be replaced , just as rolex do with the complete overhaul of its watches , rolex changes the crown tube of my fathers 20 yrs old seadweller while he was making a complete service to the watch ,although he had not have any complaints with the crown tube or the crown ,but rolex told him that it is a basic routine at the overall is to change the tube and the crown with a new one , so what will be the scenario with the seawolf after a lifetime time of 20 years ?
Does breitling make the tube integral to the case to reduce the cost of manufacturing?
|Author:||gillmj24 [ Fri Oct 26, 2018 8:48 am ]|
|Post subject:||Re: Seawolf steel opinion please?|
This isn't a direct answer to your question, but Breitling recommends a full service (complete overhaul) every 5 years or so, not 20. If there is any issue it will be fixed by Breitling Service.
Does any mechanical timepiece really have a 20 year service interval?
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