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I find many a watch that looks great but has partial numbers. I would rather have none at all. Everyone knows where the numbers are supposed to be, so whats the point?

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What do you mean partial numbers? do you mean like when a secondary dial cuts into the space that is occupied by a numeral on the main dial and they only show you a portion of the numeral? If so, yes I think its silly as well.
 

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I also do not care for partial numbers.
 

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I know what numbers are supposed to be where but I find that when there are no numbers I actually have to think about it a second or two longer to read the time. I prefer all the numbers in place and reading the time only takes a glance.
 

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I don't like 'numeral nibblers' and generally avoid them - to me, it looks like poor dial design.

However, I made exceptions for these two:




Cheers :)
 

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Love the strap on your RLT Dapper.
Watches are really nice too of course :)
Was the strap aftermarket?
 
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