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It looks like someone tried to remove the bezel with a pipe wrench and slipped!

It's on the top of the bezel too... I'll get the dremel onto it.
Not the only watch that has had some inappropriate tool marks.

Looks like a pipe wrench or vice grip.
I've polished the sides a bit since I've had it but have steered clear of polishing any other part of the case.
 

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No that doesn't look or feel right. From an anatomical point of view , for a right handed person the 4.30 position is perfect as it allows you to access the crown. At 1.30 I'm digging into my wrist bone. I suppose a lefty wearing a watch on their right hand, the 7.30 position would be perfect.


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No that doesn't look or feel right. From an anatomical point of view , for a right handed person the 4.30 position is perfect as it allows you to access the crown. At 1.30 I'm digging into my wrist bone. I suppose a lefty wearing a watch on their right hand, the 7.30 position would be perfect.


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I wear watches on my right wrist and love having the crown anywhere on the right side of the case. I set it before I put it on. The crown never bothers my boney wrist. It's perfect.
 
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