Planet trouble

jbcollier

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Enicaristi
Sherpa
We all know the common Enicar Saturn logo. Every now and then I see a version with ring not obscured by the planet. I notice these most on watches from the southeast, places such as Australia and Indonesia. At first I thought they were a sign of a fake but they seem relatively common in those climes. Any info on this logo variation?

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JimJupiter

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Staff member
Enicaristi
Sherpa
Since on this watch is more wrong than just the dial, I still vote for fake / redial.
 

paulb12

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Enicaristi
Sherpa
JimJupiter: What else jumps out to you as incorrect? I saw this pop on Ebay and was suspicious as well. The dial texture seems off... but curious to get an expert take.
 

JimJupiter

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Staff member
Enicaristi
Sherpa
Where to start? Wrong hands, wrong Bezel (redial a well!), rebuild case bezel, at least one wrong crown!
Ask me what is correct! - The casband and hopefully the movement.
 

DubbelUIam

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Reprinted dial, compare the word "swiss" ( specially "ss" ) with a good example, bezel : look at the point under 15, 30 and compare with a good example, wrong hands, low price, and negativ feed back at ebay, etc.
 

petkr

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Enicaristi
Sherpa
Been there done that😬......I think the bracelet is the best thing on mine...I think of it as part of learning...
Before that I was not aware that fake parts was really an issue with a relatively obscure brand such as Enicar.
 

JasperK

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Granted, I'm a bit of a newbie, but my eye always goes to the printed "4"s on the bezel. Enicar tends to use variations of flat-topped "4"s.
 

paulb12

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Enicaristi
Sherpa
In terms of dial markings, on the Sherpa Super Divette, does anyone know why some have the tiny "T" above the 6 o'clock applied marker and others don't? It's likely a simple explanation that I either forgot or overlooking.
 
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