legibility might be an issue for certain models, but certainly not for rm011, very easy for me to tell time at least... and i doubt anyone has an issue to tell time on rm035-01. btw, they are the most comfortable watches i ve ever owned, super fun too.
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The RM72-01 measurements slot in nicely between the size of RM010 and RM005 .. this will be a winner. Personally I can’t handle RM11 series due to the exceptional thickness if the case. Reference.. RM005 38mm x 45mm x 11.5mm RM72-01 38.4mm x 47.3mm x 11.7
It always makes me shudder whenever anyone describes a watch - any watch - as “inexpensive” without categorically stating what they mean is “relatively inexpensive” compared to other pieces. Always remember that what someone deems as expensive or inexpens
Too many busy-structures in the Excalibur Aventador or a little too structured-Webby in the Excalibur Spider for me. I was looking for a masculine, yet with Techno-structured lines that is clean, strong that is evocative of a powerful sports car, on my wr
... You'll see everything from Casio to Breguet. Rolex is the most prevalent and just today I've seen five. Also depends where you are in this vast city. If you're hanging out in Calabasas, you'll see Pateks all over. The other day in Beverly HIlls, a guy
I am looking to get a RM011. Haven't decided on 011 or 011-03 yet. I mostly wear smaller watches now (Daytona, Sub, 5712, etc) and I am concerned that the RM011 would not fit my small 6.5' wrist. I tried the RM58 with rubber strap but their standard strap