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  1. cell1010

    cell1010 Feb 12, 2017

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    Hi guys,

    Could some of the more experienced guys have a look at this Omega Seamaster 300 166024 dial. Does everything look okay?

    Thanks indeed!
     
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  2. billythekid

    billythekid Feb 12, 2017

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    the dial is a wrongon
     
  3. billythekid

    billythekid Feb 12, 2017

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    i think
     
  4. brunik

    brunik Feb 12, 2017

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    Can i ask why? There is that dial type as well in this model... T Swiss made T

    Do you meant that is not original?
     
  5. billythekid

    billythekid Feb 12, 2017

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    to me . it looks like hour markers are showing , tiny indices lines, behind the 2, 5 and 9 markers. these should not be there
     
  6. billythekid

    billythekid Feb 12, 2017

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    if you can zoom in on the 9 hour marker.. you may be able to see it
     
  7. cell1010

    cell1010 Feb 12, 2017

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    I can see what you refer to @billythekid

    But it looks more like dust than markers. They are pretty off center...
     
  8. billythekid

    billythekid Feb 12, 2017

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    you maybe right
     
  9. billythekid

    billythekid Feb 12, 2017

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    the number 12 also looks wrong.. the number 1 font, looks iffy
     
  10. billythekid

    billythekid Feb 12, 2017

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    it looks stunning
     
  11. abrod520

    abrod520 Feb 12, 2017

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    I'm no expert, but I see the same "stubbies" behind 2,5,8 and 9. The presence of one might be dismissed as dust, but seeing four makes me prefer to view this one in person, through a loupe, before spending money on it...
     
  12. cell1010

    cell1010 Feb 12, 2017

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    Here are two more pictures. Not very good ones. Do they help? IMG_5006.JPG IMG_5007.JPG
     
  13. billythekid

    billythekid Feb 12, 2017

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    now i am unable to tell, its a differcult one
     
  14. cell1010

    cell1010 Feb 12, 2017

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    And another one IMG_5008.JPG
     
  15. Omegist

    Omegist Feb 12, 2017

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    I think the dial is ok
    on the one pic it makes the impression there are "stubbies"
    To be 100% sure I would recommend to share some focused close up shots of the 2,5,8 & 9 o clock areas
     
  16. Fost

    Fost Feb 12, 2017

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    The date white line is OK compare to those with stubbies... Thé dial seems OK to me
     
  17. watchlovr

    watchlovr Feb 12, 2017

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    Looks fine apart from what looks like stubbies (as has been said before) in the first photo.
    If it's a snider, its getting really scary out there.
     
  18. cell1010

    cell1010 Feb 13, 2017

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    Thanks for your comments. I'll check the dial for the stubbies but I'm pretty sure they are not there.

    What worried me more are the missing holes in the 6 and 12 Lume plots. Some resources say they should be there and then i also read that original dials were seen without them. Can you help me here guys?
     
  19. watchlovr

    watchlovr Feb 13, 2017

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    The pinholes are much less visible in the non BT dials, sometimes you can see them with a loupe.
    It has been stated by others that some dials are fine without them but I feel more comfortable if I can see them.
    Like this;
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  20. pitpro

    pitpro Likes the game. Feb 13, 2017

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    "stubies"

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