I bought a Squale, and love the watch, but…I need some advice urgently please, please, please!
The white line around the date aperture is skewed - see photo. It's particularly bad on the bottom line - the bottom right corner is ok, but it drops by the time it reaches the bottom left corner and so doesn't line up with the bevel of the aperture itself (i.e. the left hand side of the line sits lower than the right). It's the same on the top but much less so.
Do you think this is acceptable? I want to keep it, but I'm not sure I can put up with that on a £700 watch. I'm particular and things like this bug me. Am I unreasonable?
Also, the pip on the rotating bezel lines up perfectly at 12 o'clock, which is rare I find - however it's at the expense of the other bezel markers - i.e. the 3 o'clock line is about half a minute south of where it should be and the 6 o'clock marker is about half a minute left of where it should be.