I don't think I ever got a straight answer when I asked about this a few weeks back...
It's regarding the PAM422 and its water resistance. Covac was nice enough to suggest perhaps the reason the new historics do not share the same WR as their older counterparts was because of the plexiglass crystal employed (a la PAM372). This would make sense, but from the literature I have seen, the PAM422 states it has a sapphire crystal yet still only shows a WR of 100m.
So is the WR wrong or the sapphire reference wrong? Or is everything legit in which case my original question remains unanswered...why?? Why only 100m WR on the PAM422??
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