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    date of death, zzf v3, 116610ln

    Hello. I have a submariner 116610ln from zzf v3 (apparently, I don't know what mechanism is inside) - today I saw that instead of changing at 00.00 the date changed 00.05, so I started winding the watch to check if it would continue. and as I filmed, the date of the next day started to change at 1.00 am and ended at 6.00 (wtf ??) and so on when trying to wind up. before that there was no problem. does anyone know what might be going on, or how to fix it? can this watch be opened without a key?

    #2
    Kind of difficult to say for sure without knowing which movement. Regardless, it's not something a novice can sort so unless it stops acting up, it'll have to visit a watchsmith.
    My wish list:
    Panerai OP VIII movement (7750 with GMT complication)

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      #3
      When you wind the crown forward which way do the hands go, anti clockwise or clockwise?

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        #4
        the directions go normally. only the date does not skip when it should, although I think I heard this typical "cycle" and it just didn't skip for some reason and then stopped. should every watchmaker deal with it? can it be opened without a key? thanks for the answers

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          #5
          is it normal that he only worked for a month as it should? it was not the cheapest, $ 400-500 is not little money for my currency - what is the lifetime of such replicas? I'm curious.

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            #6
            Taking into account the incredibly precise details and information you've given, it sounds like something in the date change mechanism has come unseated.

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              #7
              I think so too. So someone will tell me if this watch can be opened without a Rolex key? can every watchmaker handle it, probably in the case of eta, but what if there is a copy of 3235?

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                #8
                If you tell us which way the hands move when you wind the crown forward we can tell you what movement is in the watch. Just saying it moves normally tells us nothing!

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                  #9
                  but why? watch turns normally. forward and backward. the date just doesn't skip

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                    #10
                    You're a hard person to want to help. In fact I don't. Bye.
                    Just trying to earn as much in my life as Tete earns in a single month.

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                      #11
                      I do not understand. the watch works normally, the hands also, when 00.00 passes, the date does not change. Maple 3235 inside. I asked a simple question if it can be opened without a key because I do not know where I have to go and will anyone handle it or will it be a problem if it is 3235? .

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                        #12
                        What people are trying to tell you is that saying "the hands work normally" doesn't mean much - normal for what ? ETA /3235 or 3135 ? Does it wind the same as a gen Rolex (3135) or opposite direction (ETA) ?

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                          #13
                          BTW, a 116610LN does not have a 3235 movement but rather a 3135 - the high end ZZF V3 should be a VR3135

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                            #14
                            Yes this is vr3135. Zzf V3 thanks

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                              #15
                              Originally posted by GingerBubba View Post
                              You're a hard person to want to help. In fact I don't. Bye.
                              Like pulling teeth, I'm out also, bye.

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                              Last edited by fredflintstone; 04-05-21, 05:00.

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