¿Care to share some photos?
Gone!Nice! What happened to the Omega?:-s
What we need on a watch is a question I've often asked myself. All most of us really need is the time. I use the countdown timer and stopwatch on my Gs, but could get by without them. It might be different if I regularly used a watch in a sporting or scientific capacity. If a watch has these functions, I like them to be fully implemented. This means a 24hr timer, and time visible in all modes. The latter is an important aspect of utility. You only have to press a button to see the time, but you shouldn't have to. It's like having the date on the back of an analogue watch.Interesting you never need a timer on an analog watch? I use the bezel on mine all the time. Its the analog version of a Stopwatch.
That annoys me too. I even make sure they're dead on 12 when I'm putting them away. :-sI also hate the look of a watch when the bezel indicator isn't sitting precisely at 12 o'clock.
Yes, it seems you are. They even seem to fit your online persona (if that's the right word). I have too many watches I like, but it's becoming increasingly apparent I'm not going to wear. I plan to let about half of them go and buy one that's really 'me', but I've no idea what it is yet. :think:I must be getting somewhere with this 'know your taste' thing.