how's the size comparison between a PO 45.5mm and PO chrono?
as my wife would say. Its heavy and thicker than the standard 45.5mm.how's the size comparison between a PO 45.5mm and PO chrono?
as my wife would say. Its heavy and thicker than the standard 45.5mm.
It will take a little getting used to the weight and the height if the chrono.
Nice watch and a spot on timekeeper. Before I bought one, I'd find an
AD and give it a try. Its on the upper limits of what a smaller wrist can take. Heres a pic of a PO chrono, standard PO and a 300.
Its got some size to it. I've got an 8.25 in wrist so it doesn't look thatwhats yours wrist size? any wrist shots?
boy, the PO 45.5mm already stratched beyond my upper limit (the Sinn U series was more like my upper limit, which is maybe 1 or 2mm smaller lug to lug than the PO XL)
I went to Japan recently and a PO Chrono was on the shopping list, but walked out of the shop with a Broad Arrow GMT. Tried the PO Chrono on and it felt big and bulky ( my opinion ) and then tried on the BA GMT, hooked line and sinker !!!...*agh*, I'm so very torn between the PO Chrono just have you've posted (it has everything I'm looking for), or a Speedy Broad Arrow GMT (I'd like the a date function on there though, but I do prefer the broad arrows and my next watch to be something other than another PO)...or the simple and elegant Railmaster like John Wilson's.
Please excuse the off topic nature of my post, I'm just thinking out loud.