Wow Bernd! What a great and detailed answer to my question. Thank you so much. Very kind man with photo too! I'm also glad that other community members appreciated your answer.:-!The watch data are:
- 42mm diameter- 13mm thickness
- 52mm lug to lug
- 20mm lug width
--> A-13A homepage: https://www.a-13a.com/shop/en/
My wrist is 180-185 mm, wrist with is 58 mm. Here's my wrist with data and a Seiko Turtle, maybe you can relate to this watch to get an idea:
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Here are some wristshots:
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Probably it also helps to see this rather popular watch on my wrist:
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I mostly wear my Omega Railmaster, which is 39,2 mm:
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I think, a 'good' size for a watch on your wrist depends not only on your wrist size but also on the type of the watch. I wouldn't wear a dress watch with a thin bezel that would have the dimensions of the A-13A. But e.g. divers or pilots can be worn bigger. The A-13A as a pilot and chrono is just perfect for me, as much as my smaller Railmaster is. It depends on the style.
My 2 ¢: When the lugs protrude your wrist it get's borderline. Everything below is a matter of taste.
Very nice indeed Dave! Noted!
At this stage I'm just testing and no decision has been taken. I agree with you too, a deployant is quicker to fasten/unfasten, stylish and does not ruin the strap so quickly.I don't understand, Paolo. Are you designing one to sell for the watch?
I prefer ANY type of deployant over a buckle!
Omega is good, my TAG is good... hell, even a cheap old Ingersoll I have, is even good! I especially like them for the wear and tear they save on straps.