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What's your favorite color combo?

  • Yellow

    Votes: 1 5.6%
  • Green

    Votes: 1 5.6%
  • Orange

    Votes: 7 38.9%
  • White

    Votes: 3 16.7%
  • Custom color

    Votes: 6 33.3%
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Hallo Dave,
nice watch you show us.
I like the blue counter hands.
Damast bezel yes it is like Sinn`s SDR concept.
But a Damasko Panda look with black pusher and crown has no better function
and make the only 13,6mm watch in the profile bigger......
 

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Hallo Dave,
nice watch you show us.
I like the blue counter hands.
Damast bezel yes it is like Sinn`s SDR concept.
But a Damasko Panda look with black pusher and crown has no better function
and make the only 13,6mm watch in the profile bigger......
5277,
Safe to say that I have been admiring your watch for quite a while.

Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
 

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I prefer the green on this one.
 

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Instead of editing my earlier post, I'll add this: red on black is a great look if the red is not very dark like the Sinn EZM 1. Otherwise, contrast is low. Also, depending on your experience and usage, red may not be the right color if you are used to instrumentation (like the cockpit of an airplane). Red is the indicator for "DON'T GO HERE!" which is why the TESTAF-approved Sinn models have orange highlights.
I stand by the orange and green I suggested earlier. I personally prefer that the time hands in white differ from the chronograph hands in color. But there is nothing wrong with white! White indicators on a black dial have long been proven to be the easiest to read, like an Omega Speedmaster, or the gauge cluster in a vintage Porsche (before you could pick your colors).
 

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Best reading hands are silver in ice brushed.
In the end of 1970 they make this on the RAF-military chronos.
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No picture, the attachment didn't work. I can't recall the hands by your description, but I imagine if they were any kind of natural metal (unpainted), they would need light at a particular angle to be read easily?
This is the problem I had with the steel Rolex Daytonas (both white and black dial). Since the indicators were polished, I couldn't always read them until I got the angle just right to see the light reflecting off them.
 

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I'm all in on the orange, no wait the green..., oh man, that blue looks awesome. Honestly, that is a great looking watch, great bang for the buck too.
 
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