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How to drown a watch movement in silicone oil

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I saw this video in my youtube feed too.

I just thought: nope. Even if it did look good, I'm bound to make a mess!

And then there's the moment in the restaurant when the oil leaks out all over the table...

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I saw the video, which inspired me to maybe try it as well. I was just wondering if someone had any experience with hydro-modding a timex Mk1 Aluminum. And whether it might have a bad effect on the acrylic crystal?

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8 minutes ago, UnHommeQuiDort said:

I'd be interested to know how much of an issue this reflection problem was/is for divers using non oil-filled watches prior to this "solution".

I'd say it's no issue, at least not to me.

And as mentioned so many times, the watch is mostly a sports accessory. You look at your dive computer is the type of dive requires accurate timings. 

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