Nearly two years ago, I bought a new Hamilton Khaki Automatic from Ashford.com. Several months after I bought it, the face fogged up from the inside. Not fogged up meaning I went from a cool room to the hot humid outside, but misty with water drops forming. The watch is rated to 10 bars, so I figured there was a problem with the gasket, or something. Suffice it to say, I sent it back. They did some repairs (under warranty and for free) and I got the watch back. Several months ago, the same thing happened. Again, I sent the watch back, they did several more repairs (replacing the body, the crown, the gasket, etc) all for free, and sent the watch back. I've had it back now for nearly a month, and low and behold....the watch is again fogging up from inside. I'm only assuming this is a bad thing, since moisture inside would corrode the components. Now, I'm not particularly hard on my watches: No diving, no high altitude climbing, nothing that could conceivably have stressed the watch. Am I wrong to think that this watch is just a lemon? At this point I have zero confidence that its rated to any bars whatsoever. And I'm very frustrated. Thoughts on remedies?