Sadly I'm too afraid to remove the back case without the proper tools or knowledge to do so.
However this watch has been handed down to me over ten years ago, and is a the watch my grandfather wore. It will be real, but I'm not sure if it's had work or parts replaced, or if it's just rare.
Either way I hope to get it fully fixed and refurbished to look brand new, and more importantly work.
can anyone help me identify what model it is, how much is would cost to fix it, and even better where to send it to?
i just can't bare letting it sit and gather dust anymore.