It takes time to make engineering changes. It's not like a new standard comes out and suddenly all manufacturers are instantly compliant with it the next day; no, it, takes time for all those new changes to filter down through the design and manufacturing process. The lume pips at 3 o'clock that we started seeing within the past year seem to be the direct result of the 2018 standard update.ISO 6425 hasn't been revised since 2018, so why is this sudden decision to squeeze unsightly lume pips in because of it? Have they been doing it wrong and falsely claiming the watches without them comply with it for 3 years? I don't think so, so it just looks purely like bad aesthetic design decisions to me.
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