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What oils used for the Quick-Change System?

March 18 2017 at 2:53 PM

Ferry  (Login ferry.monne)
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There have been threads about the pros and cons of the Quick-Change system lately and wonder if someone can put some light on what kind of oils can be used to keep them in the best condition possible, especially considering after having swims in salt water.

I look forward to your inputs!

Have a great weekend!
Best regards,
Ferry

Dutchman, Panerista since 2014 and learning
PAM389 and PAM372 and a bunch of straps

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Marius
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Re: What oils used for the Quick-Change System?

March 18 2017, 2:58 PM 

Hey Ferry,

i dont think salt water will do any harm on the system. Just clean the watch with tap water after swimming and you are good to go.

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Ferry
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Thanks Marius, I have been doing that till date! nt

March 18 2017, 3:06 PM 

Best regards,
Ferry

Dutchman, Panerista since 2014 and learning
PAM389 and PAM372 and a bunch of straps

www.paneristi.nl

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Craig F
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IMO The quick change mechanics...

March 18 2017, 4:11 PM 


...are not suitable for saltwater use. It's inevitable the salt water will get in there and with no way to properly evacuate it the residue will build up.

This is just my opinion and one will of course say WHY on a sub! But I do not dive or swim in mine so it works for me.

-Craig F

 
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dp
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i'm curious as well, although I haven't chg'd the strap on my 328 since cleveland

March 18 2017, 11:24 PM 

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