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I just bought a brand new Sarb035 (Seiko). And I noticed that the crown sits on the stem on a (small) oblique angle. In other words, the crown is attached a little askew to the stem. This is by no means a big offset (I can't take a picture unfortunately). But I am wondering whether this is normal/within normal margin of error? Or are the crowns normally attached perfectly straight to the stem to the human eye?

Thanks in advance,

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