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Thread: PRS-25 Everest & PRS-29AM photos

  1. #201
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    Just a question for the Air Ministry owners.

    I've nabbed a used AM though the winding is stiff and the the crown is pulled out or pushed in it's not a click but a squish "technical term"

    Can I just ask how this compares to yours please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by davidj54 View Post
    Couple more from me for this thread.






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    The PRS-25 always looks fantastic on the bracelet (or any bracelet) in my opinion, just now need to have the EVEREST text in white to bring balance & symmetry to the dial (like the gilt model) and it would be perfect in my eyes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boxsash View Post
    Just a question for the Air Ministry owners.

    I've nabbed a used AM though the winding is stiff and the the crown is pulled out or pushed in it's not a click but a squish "technical term"

    Can I just ask how this compares to yours please?
    In my case I have no issue with the winding being stiff, but the feel of the crown position changes isnít as positive as it is with other watches. Wonder if itís the crown gasket thatís causing it. Anyone else had a similar experience?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Boxsash View Post
    Just a question for the Air Ministry owners.

    I've nabbed a used AM though the winding is stiff and the the crown is pulled out or pushed in it's not a click but a squish "technical term"

    Can I just ask how this compares to yours please?
    Mine has been like this since new. I wouldnít say it was stiff to wind, but there is more resistance than other hand wound watches Iíve had. I never felt it was a fault, just different.

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    Thanks guys, Thats good to now that this seems to be a characteristic of this watch.

    Much appreciated.

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