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Looks good to me.
I understand the uneasiness of buying from a place so many warn about. Posting here is the best thing when in doubt or just want a bit of assurances. Not that posting here means that all opinions are 100% correct but when you have enough eyes look at it and the pool of knowledge here, you are safer.
The biggest markets for FL and WE was India. Kind of like Camy and a host of odd to us names were heavily used in the Asian markets. Look at it like American pocket watches....largest concentration of them is in the US. Now lets say that somewhere people thought watches coming out of the US were suspect for redials and being frankens. They like a particular Waltham but are unsure if it is correct and being that the US market is suspect in this scenario... well you get what I am saying.
In some cases it is best to judge the watch rather than where it is coming from. Especially if the brand was big in that market. Higher concentration of a brand in an area means higher chances of finding a good one there.
The dial and hands are original for sure. Some Sowar Primas did have red second hands. Only thing is that the case is heavily polished
Time waits for no man.
Genuine. Too cheap and plentiful to be replicated. Not worth the effort. Having said that ( I have 4 or 5 ) they are a decent quality and good looking watch. Most have a ETA 2846 in them, and some have a hacking 2824-2.
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