Selling my Polerouter Deluxe in Rose Gold. This is another watch I purchased recently that just hasn't really clicked. Maybe my skin is too pink? But not sure rose gold is for me. I will almost certainly regret selling this but I recently stumbled upon a grail that I'm consolidating for so this must go. While I wouldn't say the case is unpolished, at the very least it is in very good shape. It is (thankfully) not beat to shit the way a lot of gold watches get from repeated wear and polishing. There are some mico scratches at noon and two oclock, which are barely noticeable. Dial, meanwhile, is also impeccable. If you haven't owned a polerouter, well, these things are amazing - and where else can you get a rose gold watch designed by Genta for under $5k?? No where, that's where. (I was asked recently about the lack of REF on outside of the caseback and whether that indicates it was polished off. Not necessarily - I've seen a lot of Polerouters with casebacks like this one. And the direction of grain on the caseback, to me, indicates that is shipped from the factory this way when compared against the grain on the dial). Details: Universal Rose Gold Universal Polerouter De Luxe Universal, Genève. Microrotor movement, self-winding, water resistant, 18K rose gold wristwatch. Case: three-body, polished, screw back, 18k rose gold. Signed. Dial: Solid rose gold dial, outer guilloche gold chapter ring that has baton hour markers, Dauphine hands, center seconds. Beautiful dial. Dial, case and movement signed. Size: Diameter: 35mm Thickness: 8mm Movement: Cal. 215, rhodium-plated, fausses cotes decoration, 28 jewels, straight-line lever escapement, monometallic balance, shock absorber, self-compensating flat balance spring, micrometer regulator, fitted with a micro-rotor Circa 1950's. Price (includes fully insured shipping via Parcel Pro) is $3500. Payment via bank wire or Paypal + fees. Will accept returns if not as described. References available upon request.