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I took my pulsar in for a new crystal and the jeweler glued in the replacement vs using a gasket, should I be concerned about occasional water exposure? Should I insist he replace the gasket? the watch is never submerged it is more of a dress watch. thanks for input, Stan
 

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yeah I am going to request he replace the gasket, the watch is rated for 100 meters, has a screw down crown, the case back gasket is new it was replaced when I had the battery replaced, I paid 50.00 for this replacement as the original broke through the center, it looks better without the gasket but like you said you feel better with the gasket in where it was supposed to be.
 
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