@jprg24 No, I didn't see the pan pie effect at first - genius! I never would have guessed the dial is flat. 35mm is still just too small, but I appreciate the suggestion. The shape of the hands, the baton indices, the dial with a slight off shape of silver, all perfect. That is exactly the style watch I'm looking for...just want it a touch larger. I'm currently getting rid of my 35mm watches 'cause I just never wear them.Maybe an old Technos Sky Light at 35mm (and big 42.5mm lug to lug) could be big enough to hold you over while you wait...?
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(P.S. Did you notice the dial is actually flat and the pie pan effect is achieved instead with the 2 finishes on it and augmented by the dome of the crystal? Genius!)
@TracerBullet I've never owned a Tissot, although there is a lot in their styling that I like. But that pie pan effect is not strong enough for me, maybe it's the hard angles I like? But appreciate the suggestion! And I am not wedded to a microbrand, just thought one might be my best shot.
Hey, you've found a new grail you didn't even know was out there. I'd say that's a successful outcome for a hunt!And no, I had no idea that Omega Globemaster was out there. At 39mm across, under 13mm thick, the Constellation logo on the back, and a strong pie pan dial it checks ALL my boxes. Except for the price. At $7k, it ain't coming home with me anytime soon, but I now have something new to dream about!
I did just stumble across this, which made me come back to this thread. I know, no angles... But I figure we might as well keep tossing in all the pie pan options into this one thread in case anyone else finds it down the road.Guess I'm back to hoping that a microbrand includes a pie pan in their line up...