I did not touch that back of the dial, obviously some fine tuning had been done here in the factory. The dial back side does not look that bad in reality. Maybe there was not enough space for the day ring... I am not sure what to think of this. But of course this is the back side of the dial and actually most of the backs of the dials look like this. Most important is that the surface is roughly polished and that there are no small prongs from manufacturing standing up that could hurt the calendar disks while those turn. This Titoni is again well within the standards of today's manufacturing tolerances and quality. Titonis represent an exceptional value for money. The independent family ownership makes sure of that. Also the lack of advertisings allover the glossy magazine world makes sure of that. Every watch advertising you see, is paid by ... guess whom? You!

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