Let me start off by saying I love wearing my 1200T Sharkhunter that I picked up just about a year ago; such a unique watch, with great history behind the brand. This is no way me bashing the watch itself, nor is it regarding an ongoing service by Doxa (so please don't delete the thread lol!). Rather, I couldn't find any information/reference on this topic so I figured it's best to ask the knowledgeable folks in the Doxa sub-forum.
One thing I noticed after owning the watch for a while is that there are numerous (albeit small) particles under the crystal. I can't tell if they are on the dial or attached to the bottom of the sapphire crystal itself. They are most noticeable under sunlight or if you shine a flashlight on the dial. However, they are also visible if you zoom in on some of the wrist shots I've posted in the past. I'm under the impression that it might be particles of white lume or dial paint that have dislodged and stand out against the black dial. They are mostly focused towards the bottom left/center of the dial. I will post a few pictures below highlighting what I'm talking about. Prior to taking the pictures I wiped the crystal with an alcohol lens wipe and blew off any remaining dust with a lens blower. How many of you Doxa owners (probably with darker dialed models) have noticed similar spots? I'm up in the air if it's worth it to open up the watch to get them removed or just live with it until the next service. I understand we're not dealing with Pateks here but I still wanted to ask for the potential ease of mind. Thank you!