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Any suggestion of a dressier modern watch with sector dial? Such as in a Laurent Ferrier Galet or in those vintage Longines or Patek Philippe.
 

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Thank you. Wasn't expecting that from Stowa. And now that I see it I'm reminded of a Omega Deville with a similar look.
 

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No I mean the part of the dial having concentric circles inside and outside the hour or minute markings. With further markings defining "sectors" within those circles. Vintage watches do tend to have that feature together with small-seconds. With great effect:
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Man...one of these days I'll find one for sale...one of these days...

Edit: I know this is no Patek etc. tier watch indicated by the OP, and it's not even dressy, but in any event here's a pretty cool modern sector-y design watch I just saw today:

http://www.toddsnyder.com/products/modwatch

If it wasn't sold out I'd be giving it some thought right now! Would be a cool little beater.
 

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I've got an IWC sector dial that I love. It's out of production now (stopped after 2012, I think), but I see them used on the forums/Chrono24 from time to time.




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