Yes I sure do ! To be honest while once started my collection I was more into larger watches, I am now more into vintages and I got used to smaller diameters that seemed to me unwearable in the past !
A few examples:
IWC Cal. 88 (50’s - 33mm)
GP Gyromatic 33mm
Corona Diver’s 35mm
Zenith Stellina (34mm)
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not on a daily basis
But these are part of my regular rotation Real men don't need to wear 44mm watches ;-) I own the J version of this one (archive pic). PP Ref 2573 ...
very true that!
I like that statement very much, Real men do not need to wear 44mm watches! . My regular rotation consist of a range of 33mm- 40mm watches only.
A very cool collection You have there!
I couldnt take my eyes off Your zenith, so do the gyromatic GP! .... Totally feel You, how I also started off with gigantic dial watches ...and now I am into thinner, smaller dial watches all the way.
none of these images would imply under sized. ALL of them look PERFECTLY fitting👌🏻
I have my personal touches with the Omegas too. I grew up seeing my Uncles with thier omegas most of the time, saw several vintage models on them.
nice watch You have got there!
The mass population might have judged a watch of this size "small" by thier standard. but from now on, the trend are leading towards 35-38mm dial size..
Patek Philippe 3970
Happy to say, this has been my “Dailey Wearer “ lately. 36mm is a big enough watch for me. I love the “Classic” sizes! ...