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Better shot of the GO 60s on a brown strap. Vintage overload?


Not from where I sit. Very tasteful.
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Originally Posted by Trompe le Monde View Post
wasnt intended to be p0rn

uploaded this to highlight what i think is damage to the AR coating ????


looks like it. will limes replace that?
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Just got a Tissot PRC-200 (white face with leather band). Nice case but the band needs to be changed.
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Originally Posted by Trompe le Monde View Post
wasnt intended to be p0rn

uploaded this to highlight what i think is damage to the AR coating ????

sad p0rn

I don't think so. Most (all?) AR coatings show a blue or violet cast at certain angles. It's completely normal. Does the tint location change as you move the watch? What "damage", also? I don't see scratches, etc. Is that watch coated one side or two? If you are truly concerned, I recommend you photograph the watch from quite a few different angles, under different lighting, and send the images to Limes. But I don't think there is an issue with the AR.
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I don't think so. Most (all?) AR coatings show a blue or violet cast at certain angles. It's completely normal. Does the tint location change as you move the watch? What "damage", also? I don't see scratches, etc. Is that watch coated one side or two? If you are truly concerned, I recommend you photograph the watch from quite a few different angles, under different lighting, and send the images to Limes. But I don't think there is an issue with the AR.

its the flakey bits from 11 to 12 oclock at the rim of the crystal, probably the exterior AR coating chipping off. ive sent them an email requesting warranty
post #7611 of 33499
This is why I generally dislike AR coatings- it seems to always come off eventually. Too bad, that's a beautiful watch.
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I have to suspect that it would be a fairly easy repair. Of course, they might try and make you buy a new sapphire crystal. Finally wore my Stowa Marine Original Roman out tonight. So purty! I took a pic too! Still need a watch box guys and a nice blue croc strap. Help me out here.
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All ARs get worn with time - live with it. If it disturbs you, just polish it off.

Today;



/M
post #7614 of 33499
Ye I just got a sinn 756 and I already have some slight scratches on the AR coating. Don't sweat it. It happens.
post #7615 of 33499
I polished the outer AR coating off my Planet Ocean as the many micro scratches started to annoy me. I used Polywatch, but I'm sure there are other remedies as well.

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Most recent acquisition: 2003 Sub
LL
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happy birthday.



(crappy pic, I know)
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Look at this Rolex And then see it cab How good is it !!! I really really love it !!
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Just resurrected Omega Deville that belonged to (for lack of a better term) my step-grandfather:
post #7620 of 33499
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Originally Posted by Singular View Post
All ARs get worn with time - live with it. If it disturbs you, just polish it off.

Today;



/M

...love it...hope to own one some day.

Enjoy in good health.
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