Bas van Dorp messaged me the accompanying story:
Some months prior, I went snowboarding for seven days for certain companions. As each
year, I simply wear my Omega Speedmaster Pro during snowboarding. I figured that
a Speedmaster Pro ought to have the option to manage this very easily.
However, following a couple of days on the slants, I saw a shaking sound coming
from my watch. It seemed as though something had come free. Ooops! The watch
was all the while running, yet I had these dreams of what could happen when a
part would stall out in the escapement or some place in the geartrain. I
assembled all my fortitude and I concluded it was the best thing to open the
I didn’t have a caseback apparatus close by, and the pincers on my Leatherman where
the following best thing. I don’t recommend this to anybody, in the event that you slip you will
harm the caseback truly downright awful, a messed up development is far more atrocious so I did
it at any rate. Presently that was a difficult undertaking, following 5 years the O-ring turned out to be so
tacky that the back appeared to be stuck on. I at that point utilized a disposable cutter to flip of the
There was not one, but rather two free sinks the watch! Unexpectedly, the watch
had recently quit running since one of the screws lay on the hairspring. The
sweat poored from my temple yet flipping around the watch made the
screws drop out, and the watch began running once more. Phew!
The screws were excessively little for me to return them, so I set them aside securely
what’s more, shut the watch once more. The watch didn’t appear to miss the screws, it’s a
beneficial thing Lemania over designed the development 🙂 Back home, I had a
watchmaker set the screws back and my Speedmaster is cheerful ever since.