Haha, sounds like I normally leave my watches outside now that I read my answer again I kept the watch away from direct sunlight for a couple of months is what I meant. Same by me, worn a few different 6306s on really sunny days and nothing happened to those, just this one example. Maybe the air inside the watch was very humid and deposited onto the indices?please define what you mean by, "I left it inside for a couple of months......" I guess I'm lucky, but I've worn many a watch on super hot/sunny days and have never experienced this phenomena. might it be a manufacturing plant thing akin to the daini 6217 lume color being different from that of its bretheren?
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Worth giving a try, maybe open the watch in case there is some moisture from the air inside that has caused the discoloration?That's an interesting experiment to try. I'll put it away for a bit when I get home from this holiday and see what happens. I'm doubtful, but will be pleased if it works.
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