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SeikoJohn
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My watch drowned

on Thu Apr 06 2017, 11:06
As you are aware I have being going to the gym twice a week since January as part of a fitness course and my course finished yesterday and I received a month free pass to all gym facilities including swimming. I havent swam for over two year so thoight as it was free I would give it a try and the great news is I swam 20 lengths and did not just bob around in the water.

Although I survived sadly my watch did not





Yes I have plenty of diver watches to choose from but I have a phobia about my good watches coming into contact with water . So sadly the Adidas is no more but good news this means I now need to buy a new watch Very Happy
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Re: My watch drowned

on Thu Apr 06 2017, 11:32
try taking the back off , battery out and leaving somewhere warm for a few days, you never know Wink and if you keep quiet if it recovers you could still get a new watch ..so win win Very Happy cheers
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Re: My watch drowned

on Thu Apr 06 2017, 12:10
@domecurb wrote:try taking the back off , battery out and leaving somewhere warm for a few days, you never know Wink  and if you keep quiet if it recovers you could still get a new watch ..so win win Very Happy cheers

It is on the kitchen worktop as I type this with back off and battery out Very Happy
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