Wow that's crazy, and of course sucks!
It obviously got in somewhere hence why I cannot except your last sentence Joe, if was it was true that a well sealed watch would experience moisture build up then it cannot be a well sealed watch.
New original Sherpa Graph crystals are very thick and...
Condensation could also come from a hairline crystal issue.
I've just never personally had an issue with condensation on a watch. A new crystal and gaskets correctly fitted should be enough.
Shame you had that after literally a week! that's extreme.
It's not empty. Atlantic Watches run out of there now. I had a tour in there a few year back. It's great inside as they kept a lot of the original Enicar features like brass door handles with the Saturn logo embossed on them.
The main problem crown I have encountered issues with many times are the Ops crowns. I've even received NOS ones where they are crumbling and had to send them back. The same issue as above where it has hardened that bad it just crumbles away which of course makes the crown useless as the...
Offering up for sale my Enicar Aqua Graph MKII with the rarer all black dial.
Dial has some marks of use/ little wear.
Minty bezel and pointer. Correct minty hands. Case in good condition for it's age.
Nice correct Valjoux 72 inside running strong.
Case back text worn but Sherpa 300...
It either fits or it doesn't. They just get pressed on with a crystal press. I'm much more warming towards thinking that the original ring that was there might not have been original in the first place. Either that or your WM is a little too scared to press it down hard as some can take a good push.
It is absolute paramount that you have to use the original crystal tension ring in the new crystal.
I'm sure the eBay seller sold the right one, but if you are not using that original ring that it will never work because like you said, its job is to hold the crystal tight and keep the bezel...
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