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  1. NotAClue Dec 11, 2021

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    Was the dial swapped? Or there is a goal behind those tiny pushers? Sorry if it is a dumb question but I found this intriguing ::confused2::::confused2::::confused2::
     
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  2. bubba48 Dec 11, 2021

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    The answer is probably under the case back
     
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  3. NotAClue Dec 11, 2021

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    You’re absolutely right.., the problem is, I don’t own the watch ;) open the case will be a big issue for me…
     
  4. Foo2rama Keeps his worms in a ball instead of a can. Dec 11, 2021

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    My guess is Frankenstein.

    that crown is an obvious cheap replacement. And there is no potential complication for the pushers.
     
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  5. NotAClue Dec 12, 2021

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    And let’s not forget the rose gold case with yellow gold hands… it’s a lovely case, though…
     
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  6. Waltesefalcon Dec 18, 2021

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    I'd say that Foo2rama is right. A case swap is the only logical explanation I can come up with for it.
     
  7. Boojumhunter Dec 19, 2021

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  8. NotAClue Dec 19, 2021

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