Should I change the dial or try to Relume ?

Jan 09, 2019,19:27 PM
 





1990 10460 Im frustrated that I cant wear in the Dark. I need advice. Get a service dial from Rolex or find some one to relume ? Or just accept it as part of the charm and wear a different watch in the dark.






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I think most will recommend another watch

 
 By: cazalea : January 9th, 2019-19:33
Leave this one alone and buy another with Super-Luminova. I agree. Cazalea

For sure don't touch the dial.

 
 By: Bill : January 9th, 2019-19:47
Like mike suggested an alternative watch could work. Big and bold. ...  

.. I too would leave the dial as it is..

 
 By: W72 : January 9th, 2019-20:29
even though the lume is no longer as bright as you wanted it. As you said it - it is part of the charm of this near 28+ years watch. /W72

Welcome here and....

 
 By: Mr Green : January 9th, 2019-22:20
don't touch the dial . Another watch for dark...all other options would actually destroy watch IMO. Cheers D

No,never ever ,if so disturbing

 
 By: Passionata_george : January 10th, 2019-00:09
just get an other dial hands and put the original aside but relume is the worst option imho

14060’s

 
 By: xxn : January 10th, 2019-01:26
are blowing up!

Dont change the dial,hands and bezel insert, this is one of the oldest 14060 with tritium. I think the best is to talk with your Rolex dealer.

 
 By: Walter2 : January 10th, 2019-01:36
Tell him, you make a service and also you like to change the dial and hands, but only if he gives back the original dial and hands. He must confirm it in writing on the order! In Europe it is not a problem, i dont know in USA.

Keep this one ...

 
 By: Cpt Scarlet : January 10th, 2019-03:05
and buy a new Rolex.

I would leave it

 
 By: Jari from Finland : January 10th, 2019-09:31
as it is.

Degraded lume

 
 By: kenneth : January 15th, 2019-04:39
My suggestion is to go to bed with a torch. So you don't have to destroy the dial.