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Again with the overly large opening for the date.

I don’t want there to be 3 hour hands so I can look at the center one to decide what the time is…so why should I see three dates and do the same? I sure the hell hope this doesn’t become a fad. Well, at least my checking account could grow much quicker…
 

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:-s Were they drinking during the design review meeting?
I agree...3 different subdials...overlapping with different sizes! Its all over the place
 
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I guess there's one upside. If our response is indicative of the general feedback from other collectors and the general public, it'll be well priced very soon. I suppose for a couple grand, I wouldn't mind it....I wouldn't want it or buy it, but I wouldn't mind it if it fell into my lap.

All the best.
 

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Again with the overly large opening for the date.

I don’t want there to be 3 hour hands so I can look at the center one to decide what the time is…so why should I see three dates and do the same? I sure the hell hope this doesn’t become a fad. Well, at least my checking account could grow much quicker…

Is it really so different from a watch face that only has 3, 6, 9 and 12 marked? I have a watch with only the even hours marked.

The idea is to make the digits larger with making the date wheel larger (or having the digits too close together).
 

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My middle-aged eyes no longer have any use for a chronograph, but I like it. It looks different from many of the other chronographs out there and different is good.
 

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Still, as everyone said unbalanced dial design, so no thank you :)

EDIT: LOL at the censorship Ernie, this is just a joke, and I had no idea it really happened like this. By altering my post you proved that it was true, thx :)
 
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