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  1. Public Forum
    It's been a trend for decades, we're going BIG. Cars are getting bigger. Watches are getting bigger and bigger while our wrists remain the same. Except maybe for vintage watch lovers, it seems like we're living a never ending case diameter expansion. I love the "James Bond look" of a 38 mm...
  2. Public Forum
    What's MORE important when deciding on watch size, wrist or arm size? I have average size wrists (7 1/4) and prefer to wear 40-42mm watches as I find them more comfortable to wear. Anything over 44 I've found to be uncomfortable as they typically dig into the back of my hand, and seem more top...
  3. Public Forum
    I have read relevant posts on this forum and read articles from various websites, but I cannot find any definitive way to measure the diameter of a watch case. Some sources say to measure across the 2 and 8 positions. Other sources say to measure across the horizontal center of the case. For...
  4. Longines
    I would like to know if anybody here knows the lug-to-lug measurement of these 2 St imier chrono watches...the case sizes differ as per the site but how is the L2L differs? Which one fits well for a flat 6.5" wrist size? 39mm or 41mm.. which face/dial design is better? Any suggestion... NOTE...
  5. Public Forum
    I'm interested in the difference in case size between the smallest and largest watch you wear regularly. For me it is currently 11mm, with the smallest at 37mm the largest at 48mm, so the difference is 11mm. For this exercise, lets stick to non square or rectangular faces and please post pics...
  6. Public Forum
    I like this watch, but I think the size of the case is too small for an ETA 2824 movement at 33 mm. I have checked various sellers and they all list it as 32 or 33mm. Thoughts? Edox | Grand Ocean Open Vision Automatic | Steel PVD coated | Watch database watchtime.com
  7. Pilots' & Military watches
    Hope you find this useful. I'll be publishing comparison pics pretty soon, including comparisons with a few Seiko models, etc. Marathon Wristwatch Case Dimensions: JSAR LGP Jumbo SAR WW194018: 48mm without crown, 55mm lug-to-lug, 22mm lugs CSAR Chronograph WW194014: 48mm without crown, 55mm...
  8. Dive watches
    Hope you find this useful. I'll be publishing comparison pics pretty soon, including comparisons with a few Seiko models, etc. Marathon Wristwatch Case Dimensions: JSAR LGP Jumbo SAR WW194018: 48mm without crown, 55mm lug-to-lug, 22mm lugs CSAR Chronograph WW194014: 48mm without crown, 55mm...
  9. Public Forum
    Hope you find this useful. I'll be publishing comparison pics pretty soon, including comparisons with a few Seiko models, etc. Marathon Wristwatch Case Dimensions: JSAR LGP Jumbo SAR WW194018: 48mm without crown, 55mm lug-to-lug, 22mm lugs CSAR Chronograph WW194014: 48mm without crown, 55mm...
  10. Public Forum
    i just got really into watches and i was wondering if anyone could give me a general average of case diameter of most watches... obviously watches come in all sizes but is a 40 or 42mm case diameter a good "general standard" size? this may be a stupid question, sorry
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