Why does a "failed pressure test" = "physical damage"?
First, I love my Core and (more or less) happily paid the repair cost for a new watch, but I'm concerned about the potential "next time" I have an issue. I don't dive with my watch and I didn't send it in with a cracked crystal/face. I do a lot of mountaineering, going from 0-14K on a regular basis and I fly a lot, but other than that, I hadn't put it through "physical damage" that should have impacted its ability to pass a pressure test. I'm wondering if I have to send it in again and it doesn't pass a pressure test, what could I be doing that is "physical damage" that isn't considered "intended use" and otherwise not covered by the warranty?
Primary Sport: Mountaineering
Experience Level: Advanced
asked 6 months ago
on Suunto Core All Black
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