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Meister Anker Blade Runner

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Meister Anker Blade Runner

Post11 Dec 2018, 10:23

From Ebay to my wrist,just only 14 euro incl. shipping.Sold as working with non responsive buttons....it needed only a clean and voilà,now buttons works like a charm.
Most of the original black PVD is gone off.... So a pool for all the memebers: excluding a PVD treatment what do you think about to try to paint the watch with an high temperature black can paint spray? It's better leave the watch as is or not? :-)

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Re: Meister Anker Blade Runner

Post12 Dec 2018, 11:18

You know my answer, leave as is. Its been through a war...and a sequel!
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Re: Meister Anker Blade Runner

Post13 Dec 2018, 18:14

Yes...i can confirm: the Harrison Ford's watch was an used one back in 1982...not new or near new, just simply used.In this pic you can see some of the black gone off...maybe is only a lights effect? No i don't think...
I choose to keep mine as is... :ntars:

"All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain. Time to die."

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Re: Meister Anker Blade Runner

Post14 Dec 2018, 18:10

I'd leave it as is, black paint will scratch up and it will look terrible in a very short time. At least it looks evenly worn as it is.
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Re: Meister Anker Blade Runner

Post15 Dec 2018, 08:59

I had good results with DIY powdercoating on a damaged Seiko clasp —

http://www.liquidcrystal.co.nz/other/re ... bracelets/

The watch was NOS though so the finish looked in keeping with the rest of the watch. Results may vary with a watch with some age to it.

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