Polerouter (finally!) Part II
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    Polerouter (finally!) Part II

    A little over a year ago, I thought I had found the Polerouter I had been looking for: https://forums.watchuseek.com/f11/pol...ly-610355.html As the more educated among us pointed out, I had a redial, albeit a pretty good looking one. Well I *think* I found the real deal; dial looks correct, original inverted cyclops crystal and signed crown. The case has been polished, but I'll live with that (can anyone tell me what the original brush/polish pattern was on the case?). Any comments appreciated .





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    That's a very handsome watch. One of mine says hi:

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    I know nothing of Polerouters....but nice watch. Quite a looker. I love finding the end of the quest (and starting new ones). Enjoy.

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    Re: Polerouter (finally!) Part II

    Great looking watch sorry I cant you with any info.

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    Re: Polerouter (finally!) Part II

    congrats on the polerouter
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    Polerouters are always so classy
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