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: Make sure the retaining wire is in the correct place.. this is
: important. Also, make sure the wire is true, and not bent
: Then with equal pressure around the bezel with your fingers, push
: down and twist in an anti-clockwise movement. Push down and
: twist firmly, keeping the bezel flat.
: It might take 10 attempts, but that's the best way.
: (If you are left handed, try push down and twist clockwise - may be
Thanks. First off, what a great site you have as well, gorgeous pictures and just about every watch I want. Thanks for the advice. May I ask, how do I know that the retaining wire is in the right place?