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: Nah. . ., can't be a redial restoration. Must
: be a fake!
Well, I certainly hope you are wrong :) I'm inclined to think it is a redial, esp. since everything else is correct, down to the signed crystal, and the watch itself otherwise feels like an Omega should. I'll be taking it to get serviced in a few days so I should know more once the watch is opened up. If it is real, then I'll see about getting the dial corrected. If not, then I'll just treat the situation as a lesson learned the hard way.