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LÜM-TEC

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LUM-TEC diver with "Double Diamond" crown sealing system ( non beer variety ) 2x rhomboid gaskets which give a better seal when compressed than a normal o-ring. 

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Guest Bruce

very nice watch and a nice movement too :thumbsup:

where did the idea for the new sealing system come from? and how much better than standard o rings is it?

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very nice watch and a nice movement too :thumbsup:

where did the idea for the new sealing system come from? and how much better than standard o rings is it?

Thanks Bruce. I really don't know for sure, but I'd guess the idea came from the gasket manufacturers. I don't have figures for the performance difference I'm afraid. 

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Guest Bruce

very nice watch and a nice movement too :thumbsup:

where did the idea for the new sealing system come from? and how much better than standard o rings is it?

Thanks Bruce. I really don't know for sure, but I'd guess the idea came from the gasket manufacturers. I don't have figures for the performance difference I'm afraid. 

thanks for the reply, interesting idea though and they must test ok for depth rating :thumbsup:

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very nice watch and a nice movement too :thumbsup:

where did the idea for the new sealing system come from? and how much better than standard o rings is it?

Thanks Bruce. I really don't know for sure, but I'd guess the idea came from the gasket manufacturers. I don't have figures for the performance difference I'm afraid. 

thanks for the reply, interesting idea though and they must test ok for depth rating :thumbsup:

very nice watch and a nice movement too :thumbsup:

where did the idea for the new sealing system come from? and how much better than standard o rings is it?

Thanks Bruce. I really don't know for sure, but I'd guess the idea came from the gasket manufacturers. I don't have figures for the performance difference I'm afraid. 

thanks for the reply, interesting idea though and they must test ok for depth rating :thumbsup:

Yes, they're all pressure tested. Being the UK dealer I don't have all the intricate technical information to hand, but I can always find out if there's ever anything you'd like to know. I didn't know about these gaskets myself, so always good to learn something new. 

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