Real watches have a fusee and are wound with a key, anyway.:laugh:
Sleeve. (I had to look it up myself... too many things to remember and some of the old memories sure have faded.)http://www.ofrei.com/page441.html
Tom1956: I love your use of PVC pipe to turn the ring logo. Sometimes the 'obvious' is like trying to discover the wheel. - David Lyga
David--glad to hear it. Thanks. Agx--that's another good idea for when you get the opportunity to get your hands on the right O-rings. Done that too.
If one could lay hands on conical pipes... just cut them to the desired diameter.
Maybe funnels would work, if not too elastic.
Funnels are too thin and flimsey--not enough thickness ti give needed surface area. You ususally need to press down with all your might, and that usually tears up and shreds the duct tape. You usually have to re-tape it a couple times before you finally get it loose. I am a very persiwstent fellow and this method has EVENTUALLY worked for me every time. Sometimes gums up the edge of the glass though, but never seems to damage the coating, mysteriously enough. If it does, then paint thinner cleans it. Face it, when you had nothing for a lens to begin with, you might have to break a few eggs to make the omelet. Anybody's dumb idea can work, and I get lots of dumb ideas.
Gumming up is no problem as lighter fluid is, again, to the rescue. - David Lyga