I recently bought this wristwatch from a major online store, which was advertised with the following image:
One of the reasons I picked it is were the black pointers and markers.
The watch I actually received looks just like the one on the photo, with one important difference: the pointers and hour markers are not black, as on the photo, but "chromed" or "silver". This was a massive disappointment to me.
The minute markers are actually black on my watch, but not the hour markers or the pointers.
One thought did cross my mind: maybe it's difficult to photograph a watch which is chromed, like it's difficult to capture what gold looks like on a photo. So maybe they put some kind of black cloth over the camera which is reflected when the photo was taken, making the markers and pointers look like they are black when they are in fact chrome/silver?