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Looking to improve our services offered for watch battery replacement. At the moment we replace/lubricate the gaskets but we always tell the customer before we do the watch that we can't guarantee the water resistance as we don't have a pressure tester. No one in our town does this on site & has to be sent away. I was wondering for the people who offer this service what sort of machine you use, dry or wet test? Is one better than the other? & also how much do you charge for this service roughly?

We are losing 3 to 4 watches a month as we can't guarantee this. I was looking to see if it worth investing the money to do this.     

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