Originally Posted by Farfetched
depending on your watch it may be cheaper just to get a new watch than seeing a technician.
Agreed. I also suggest that you get it checked out ASAP as it may be too late already.
Water got inside my 16-year old Tag (probably because I didn't tighten the crown). I noticed this on a Sunday. On Wednesday, I brought it to Rodeo Jewelers in Oakridge and the watch repair guy helped me dry it out for free. Unfortunately it doesn't work reliably anymore because there's rust inside. He told me full repairs would cost $500+ and suggested that I look for a new watch.
I think he speaks Vietnamese though, so his English will be very difficult to understand.