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Thread: Does Superluminova Age?

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    Default Does Superluminova Age?

    Dave posted this article in 2009 and I thought it would be a good idea to seek fresh opinions 8 years on.

    http://www.mwrforum.net/forums/showt...r-Luminova-Age

    Do we resign ourselves to the fact that superluminova is not going to age naturally as tritium does and what we have
    to get used to now is various vintage shades of superluminova that purport to be tritium?

    Is this the end of 'patina' as we know it for post tritium watches?

    Terry

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    It does if you cook it!
    Guy on Omegaforums grilled a lumi Speedmaster dial, it came out lovely. Iíll try and find the post.

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