I have been told these links can be removed and replaced without too much damage. Apparently their is a specific tool to do it?
Does anyone know what this tool is? I read a few threads across forums and it's spoken about but I haven't actually seen it. The threads that do show how it is done have broken picture links so unfortunately no good. I would like to see this method for future reference.
Here is a link to photos of the watch. I do need to take better pictures. Any help is always appreciated.
In the photos its hard to see but the Bezel has a melted part and it stuck to the case. Due to sticking to the case when the crown to rotate was rotated it ate away at the teeth because it was stuck. Its only plastic so the user tried to force until it was damaged further. Whatever he did also stopped the escape wheel, ill be breaking it down for cleaning and repair but in the mean time hoping to find the inner bezel.
Yes I can sell the stuff that I designed, but I thinks this is not economical, you can get a cheap watch hand press on eBay for $10, but why I don't want to buy those, is because the tool tip quality is just not good enough, anyway, if you are still interested in buying a print out, wright me a email. let see what I can do about it, thanks.