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i think we've already had the "years of the big watch" things are slowly scaling back in every watch category from dive to dress. mainly because there's a lot of cross over and most don't need to be mammoth because they're not used for diving or in a specialized way. sure, if you have big wrists you could pull off a lot more than avg to small. but a watch that fits best usually looks the best.

many can't go completely casual or wear short sleeve shirts all the time as well. that enables people to go larger as well. or allows them to get use to it.
 

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it doesn't matter how big the watch is if you have a big enough wrist to wear it. people with big wrists need big watches.

if the watch doesn't have a long L2L measurement many people with smaller wrists could pull off wearing a watch that measures bigger than it wears.. but generally the larger the size the longer the L2L
 
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