Many of us love the creamy patina that slowly morphs on the indices of the Rolex of old. There's something romantic about having your watch's face age in lock-step with our own face. As we develop more forehead creases and our skin becomes less and less youthful, a tritium lumed watch follows suit.
My question is: I'd love to have one of the 14060 tritium dialed Subs from the late '80s-early '90s -- but I want to start with fresh white indices. I'm in my mid-30s and would enjoy seeing the indices patina as I grow older. Is there a way to achieve this? Or will any service dial be filled with Luminova?