Ideas on how to spruce up scratches on the crown of the watch?
Having the black version of the watch, I’ve noticed that the raised flat surfaces at the 0, 3,6 and 9 times are scratches from accidental bumps against surfaces leaving a grey/silver shine under the black coat.
Any propositions on how to touch that up? Black permanent maybe? Or am I being too perfectionist haha?
easier to scratch the rest of the watch as well
@marsfarce S9 owners are proud of the scratches, because they are evidences of adventures.
Have just left mine, as generally unless light catches it at a certain angel I generally can’t see the issue.
Just grateful mine is black and not one of the more glossy colours as not sure how bad that would show up.
I have the copper version and managed to scratch it within a week of having it (I seem to do this with most watches and then never scratch them again!).
I scuffed the 12 o’clock flair on the bezel enough to see the silver underneath, but after a few weeks I couldn’t see the silver anymore, it seems to have healed itself??
I recently clonked the 3 o’clock bezel so am hoping that too will disappear in time
@olymay that’s the magic of oxidation
@дима-мельниченко Or “patina” when it comes to describing it for resale.