IMO the examples you show do have proper wabi, the hands and dials have grown old gracefully and show a lovely patina which is real wabi.Wabi is beautiful imperfection.
Patinated lume is the most common form of wabi, because it evokes the history of the watch in a way sparkling white lume doesn't, without rust/rot/dirt.
Less eye-of-the-beholder than other forms, and the reason we see so much 'fauxtina' these days - dials with brown lume simulating wabi.
Moisture damage and discoloration over time, imperfections everywhere - but I haven't seen a 6217 I'd trade it for.
Spot on Tiger ! Wabi is desirable, pawning off rot and corrosion and damage as wabi is deceptive and intended to elevate junk to desirable collectable status.IMO the examples you show do have proper wabi, the hands and dials have grown old gracefully and show a lovely patina which is real wabi.
But when you see watches especially divers with rotten corroded dials and hands and some call it wabi then imo that is a load of BS