It depends on the watch for me....

Dec 06, 2018,06:17 AM
 


For a watch that is dedicated to the calendar, it works perfectly.




To a watch that is dedicated to pure measurement of time, like a chrono, its a no-go for me. If a watch has a chronograph, for me it should not have a date on the dial. There are of course some exceptions, but as a general rule.








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Watches with or without date on the dial

 
 By: Mr Green : December 6th, 2018-05:39
Let us see how many like date complication on the dial and in what form So ….. No date Date in window Date via hand Multiple dates in window etc. Please give us pictorial presentation of our preference Cheers D ...  

No Date ! [nt]

 
 By: Cpt Scarlet : December 6th, 2018-05:44

It depends on the watch for me....

 
 By: Baron - Mr Red : December 6th, 2018-06:17
For a watch that is dedicated to the calendar, it works perfectly. To a watch that is dedicated to pure measurement of time, like a chrono, its a no-go for me. If a watch has a chronograph, for me it should not have a date on the dial. There are of course...  

When form follows function, as in annual . . .

 
 By: Dr No : December 6th, 2018-06:33
. . . or perpetual . . . . . . calendars: yes. Otherwise, not so much . . . ...  

Well, I said it thousand times. No date, unless it is a big date or a perpetual or annual calendar.

 
 By: amanico : December 6th, 2018-10:37
I would add the vintage, at a time when a date was something remarkable, a true plus. Best, Nicolas

My Sentiments...

 
 By: elliot55 : December 6th, 2018-11:39
... Exactly. - Scott

All depents on what watch . I have no problem with a date on a watch or not .

 
 By: Watchonthewrist : December 6th, 2018-12:28
Love a date window or a date indicator . ...  

I like the open date window....

 
 By: pejp : December 7th, 2018-08:00
...on a pilots watch! It reminds me of an altimeter.... ...  

Great example and ratio

 
 By: Mr Green : December 7th, 2018-10:39
Cheers D