Yes, seller claims it is a redial and must have reproduction hands too.I don't think this watch is exactly what it seems. It may well be a genuine Rolex, but it's been refurbished (IMO).
I would say...stay far far away...:roll:Hi guys,
I'm kinda new to this whole thing, and figured that this thread might be the best place for my query:
I've seen a Daytona stainless steel, which does not have a moving second sub-dial. It has a chrono with a sweep second hand on the main dial, and minute and hour chrono sub-dials. Is there any such thing as a Daytona that does not have a second sub-dial? Is it possible that this is an older Daytona without a second sub-dial? Before I shell out serious money, I'd like to know if this guy is for real....
Now that looks more like a vintage....beaten up and still looking strong.;-)Here's a proper Oyster Pioneer dial... it should not have Rolex appearing on the dial - the only place you will see Rolex is on the flip side of the movement, under the dial. There will be a stamped Rolex Geneve there only.