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  1. It looks like illusion with the angle of light when you took the pic..... .....because if you notice better the pic, you 'll see that the crown looks "empty" on the right side hence the gap in that side !!!!
  2. In the middle of the page below you will see the 2 springs old and new (short and long) http://www.minus4plus6.com/116710.htm
  3. here is a table from orbita with the TPD's http://www.orbita.ch/17100-18.htm
  4. Of course they are tried to scare you 6825-PF is pricey but perfect if you want to have your piece of mind with scratches. 6111 is a cheap alternative but you have to practice in a cheap watch and you can use tape in order to cover and not scratch the lugs.
  5. I called RSC Athens and i can verify that green bezel insert for LV costs 220 euro !!!!!!!
  6. Here are two links. Remember always safety comes first http://www.vikbobil.se/bezel.html https://www.rolexforums.com/showthread.php?t=201020
  7. I wish for an easy and quick fix, Dionisiss ! The snowflake is a beauty
  8. What a small world, Dionissis. I might had in my hands your watch and the very first thing that i noticed, when i tried to wind it, is what you have described above. Is it a blue snowflake that you have bought it from the shop in Likavitou str ?
  9. Here are a few: Take it easy in the beginning and in no time it will be piece of cake http://www.vikbobil.se/bezel.html http://www.rolexforums.com/showthread.php?t=63372 http://translate.google.com/translat...hreadid%3D6377 http://www.rolexforums.com/showthread.php?t=8561
  10. Wow John, you took the loooong route but you did a great job Here is the shortcut : a piece of cloth in the edge of a table and a small but firm press An here is illustrated by the master himself http://www.vikbobil.se/bezel.html
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