Yes! I'm talking about the screws holding the stripe! They are moving..but only the down ones! I've tried to screw them but ..no success!
The current rotation: Orologi Calamai G50 MkIII, Omega Speedmaster automatic 3510-50, Omega Dynamic series III, Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra 2504.80, Omega Seamaster 212.30.41, Omega Geneve F300 198.030 Hummer, Omega Seamaster F300 198.001 Hummer, Heuer Autavia chronograph, Eterna - Matic 1948 Chronometre, Tudor BB36 79500, Marathon TSAR medium, Pro Trek PRW3000-2, Seiko Alpinist SBQJ017 perpetual calendar GMT 8F56, JeanRichard Highlands 24004.
I'm not that idiot...:))) I know it requires 2 or 3 hands, 2 screws... They are tight as possible, however, if I put a screw at one had they rotate, they are not as tight as those on the other side! That's what I'm trying to say! :)
Raising this thread from the dead... Looking for some help
I'm trying to do the reverse of this .. converting from a positive display to a negative one. Is there a polarized film on OEM + display models or do I need to purchase film and cut it out for the mod?
Thanks in advance!
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That looks way better! Neat mod.
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