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Te customer rotor on my T801 is a stick on to the real rotor, could this be the reason so many seem to have automatic wingding issues, seems to slow, inhibit the rotor?
 

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If I am not mistaken it is a foil with the tevise logo. It could add weight which would be a benefit of increased mass (1 gram probably that is negligible) but I wouldn't see it inhibiting the rotor.
 

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If I am not mistaken it is a foil with the tevise logo. It could add weight which would be a benefit of increased mass (1 gram probably that is negligible) but I wouldn't see it inhibiting the rotor.
I was thinking the same thing. The only problem would be if the foil gets loose and snags on the case back. Lots of brands us a foil instead of inscribing the rotor as a cost saving method. Even Invicta has done it.
 

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Folks,I'm thinking to buy my first Tevise,the seller did send to me the picture of the watch's back,is it a japanese movement?.....

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Folks,I'm thinking to buy my first Tevise,the seller did send to me the picture of the watch's back,is it a japanese movement?.....
No, it is a Chinese Tongji movement. I notice also that the rotor hub bearing details are merely a pattern printed on the rotor. :roll:
 
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