That's what I am also thinking, that bracelet does look a bit feminine and combined with the coin bezel I think it's a big no-no, but that's just me anyway.I like the case and the dial, but the bracelet has to go. Stick a black leater band on it and you've a watch that's wearable.
I'll agree with Ron's assessment. 36 mm is not feminine. A gentleman with class can easily pull off such a watch on a leather or crock strap. Don't have peacock syndrome like the young guys - you don't need flashy large watches to attract attention (or flashy anything for that matter) if you have a good personality. Reminds me of the body wash commercials:I like the case and the dial, but the bracelet has to go. Stick a black leater band on it and you've a watch that's wearable.
Bravo! Well said:-! Thanks for point out towards the obvious white elephant in the room.;-)This whole "mine is bigger" that has taken over the watch world is just absurd. If people are defining their masculinity by the size of their watch (as it appears to be in this thread), then I would suggest they have issues that no mechanical device is going to resolve.