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Tom

Has any one had this problem?

I've always wanted a divers watch and decided to get an Invicta 9307. I really like the look and feel of it however I'm having an odd problem. I first noticed it the day after I got it and found the date was wrong. This happened on a few occasions, I attributed it to setting the date at the wrong time, however after seeing it change a day one time, the next and then one again I became suspicious. While at dinner with some friends, I looked at the time and found that it was over 20 minutes slow. When I looked closer, I noticed the crown was pulled out. On other occasions since, I have found the crown pulled out either one or two clicks. Seems that when I put my hand in my pocket, the crown catches on the edge of my pants and pulls the crown out. If it would only pull it out one click, I could live with it but when it pulls it out two clicks the watch stops and I have no idea what time it is.

Has anyone ever had this problem and are there any solutions ?

Thanks a lot.

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I noticed my crown tends to dig into my hand as well. I guess I could wear it on my other wrist but that would feel so wrong. I did loosen the bracelet a bit, I didn't pull the crown out.

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