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"Service" or After-market Hands on 11630P
In Response To: quick questions on 11630P ()

We see this style of hands frequently.

I am not 100% certain, but believe that they are some sort of "service" or other after-market hands . . . I don't think Heuer ever used these hands on the watches, when the watches were first produced / left the factory.



: Any feedback appreciated:

: I am looking at the following watch and just can’t get
: comfortable with the hands - I don’t know how to post pictures
: here - but this is the link:


: Anyone come across two tone hands like that? (Half white/half
: orange)

: Thanks!

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