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The first scratch

November 29 2006 at 9:48 AM
chonuco  (Login chonuco)
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Hi guys. I´m very unhappy because my Reverso GD is scratched. The problem is in the case, and if I dont tell you where is sthe scratch, probably you will not see it.
Its not more longe than a milimeter and you need play wth the light for see it.
What do you think about it? My question is: what do you do or what do you feel when your watch get scratched?

Have the reverso stainless case enought for been polished several times?

Thanks everybody.

 
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Anonymous
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Re: The first scratch

November 29 2006, 12:20 PM 

i use to count scratches on my watch too, but you better give it up.

its a object of daily use (and hopefully daily pleasure), and so it collects marks and signs of use.

if you wear this watch daily, then just let it go and enjoy, as it will happen again.

if you only wear this watch on very special occasions, then run to the dealer and have it polished.

cheers,

Nick

 
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Dje
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Yes you're right! No scratch no pleasure!! Enjoy it and don't worry. nt

November 29 2006, 1:27 PM 

nt

 
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EdouardG
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Not several times, but you can do it when it's full of microscratches, then....

December 1 2006, 8:36 AM 

polishing clothe won't attack the SS too much.
That's what i did with a Panerai after 2 years of microscratches, after the polishing, it looked as new!

Polishing deep scratches, will be very hard with a Cape Cod Clothe!

 
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