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It's a Pulsar PJN299X1 Military Chronograph I believe. Anyway, I tried pushing out the crystal, and it shattered all over my thumb. No gasket seemed to be present (which surprised me). Replacement crystal is easy enough, but any of you helpful and friendly people know how to refit the crystal, I'm stumped. Thank you for any advice/links in advance.

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I'm seem to remember there is a clear plastic gasket on these and I used a generic Sternkreuz MSM 32mm x 1.5mm
 

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I'm a watchmaker so do this alot - I seal in glasses that I don't have a gasket/seal for with a 2 pot sealant (water proof Araldite).
It works a treat and I've not had one leak - if they're a water resistant watch I'll water pressure seal it:)

Mucking around trying to get a seal etc is often over rated:undecided:
 

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Thank you for the replies, it isn't my watch, so I'll let the guy know and see what he says/has already done, and report back our success/failure.

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