Got a question that has been bugging me for a few weeks. I got a UV flashlight to charge the lume on my watches before I go to bed. I noticed something odd on my Rolex Explorer from the early 2000s that has a SuperLuminova dial/hands. While it glows green (like I expect), it is distinctly a bright blue when under the UV light. See the attached pics. Every other watch I have with SuperLuminova Is the same green under the UV light as it is after I take it away. Only the Rolex is different. I’ve searched but don’t see anyone else has noted this. Is this just a thing with these early Rolex SuperLuminova dials?