Thanks for the feedback!
I'm curious - does 're-dial' refer generically to a 'jiggered' replacement dial or to the refinishing/repainting of the dial?
And, maybe this seems a greenhorn question to ask (cool, just tell me - LOL) but does a 'redial' indicate inauthenticity, and therefore a reason for seeking a refund on a purchased watch sold as 'authentic'? I certainly was not expecting to receive some sort of frankenwatch, but I'm still a bit unclear as to how serious an indicated 'redial' is, with respect to simply not being 'purely original components', or if it's in the category similar to a watch with a replaced Omega crown or replaced gear or mainspring... e.g., "no longer exactly as built"?
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