Clasp comfort is affected a lot by shape of the wrist as well, which varies person to person. As well as where the bones in your wrist jut out, and let’s not forget arm hair. If you can wear it a tad looser, that might help. I’d hate to tell you to go get a rubber B or Erica for a watch that already
If you have tried it on your wrist and did not immediately think “ oh my god,yes!” Then it is not the watch for you. And that is ok. You don’t have to like it just because many people do. I have never had an AD offer me one. I would buy it if offered to me personally. Side note: I hate all fruit in
Had they done that in blue dial pink gold! Dear lord. My only grip with the white gold one is the same grip with all WG sports watches, it’s kind of a money grab. Price of gold with the look of steel. I prefer my gold to look like gold. I excuse the white gold dress watch because those still come ac
When you posted originally of your dilemma I responded: I need to read up on some of my books to fully understand. But here goes. I may be off a bit. Most chronographs reset via a reset cam that rides with the minute timer gear. The resetting disengages the gear, the whole thing swings back and the
I think I’ve seen that extract before. PM me if you’d like. If it was not that exact watch for sale, then I have absolutely seen a 2526 1955 movement encased in the 80s for sale. It stuck in my head because of how odd it sounded. I believe it’s legit.
It is good that you have such a relationship with your father-in law (not the daytona part but the respect and admiration part). I get along very well with my wife’s family, it makes all the difference.