DITTO !! just use the infamous "Item not as described"
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- Tue Nov 21, 2017 8:07 am
- Forum: Omega Watch Forum
- Topic: Help identifying these vintage omega's
- Replies: 1
- Views: 16
Any search begins with movement information such as the cal number and or serial number. You can start with the purchase of a recent copy of "Complete Price Guide To Watches" or other such reference guide. Not so much for the value but rather for the basics of looking for serial numbers, production ...
- Sun Nov 19, 2017 1:27 pm
- Forum: Rolex Watch Forum
- Topic: Advice on Inherited Rolex Cellini Geneve Watch
- Replies: 6
- Views: 130
yep, a Canal Street special!
I usually only buy watches with a return policy, but this one does not offer it. As a seller I know the "no returns" policy on EBay is not very enforceable. They side with a buyer by simply stating "Item not as described". So do not let it stop you from buying. Just the same as waking into a flea m...
- Sat Nov 18, 2017 7:53 am
- Forum: What are you wearing today?
- Topic: WRUW 11/12 thrugh 11/18/2018?
- Replies: 33
- Views: 551
Something different for today - all solid stainless steel construction with hacking automatic movement. It was well worn (AKA ... dirty and grimy and funky) and not running. But with some TLC is came back to life quite nicely. The bezel dot was missing so I just applied some green nail polish to the...
Welcome to the forum, the product you mention is most likely Rodico. Some uses are dusting crystals, dials, and holding things in place while reassembling movements. It is even good to use when installing batteries in quartz watch. No watch bench should be without it. But, know that it will not remo...