Placing a comic book action figure on the dial was the least appealing of options IMO. I suspected it would have dial colours paired with characters' costumes and perhaps a character engraved on a solid case back. While I'm not an AP aficionado, as a casual observer, this is even worse than I could
A dial might be the same color as the uniform of the character. Green for the Hulk, red and yellow for Iron Man, red, white and blue for Captain America, etc. A similar approach could be taken with straps. The character could be engraved on the case back. Each watch would be identical except for the
The Bruno Söhne is for events when I want to avoid attention. The dual timer is for destinations where I'm cautious about security. I hang both from hooks in my dressing room to serve as clocks when I'm not wearing them.
But it happens. At a party, wearing a watch that I thought no one would recognise, one of the guests grabbed my hand and asked in a loud voice, "Is that real?" I told him "I hope so, other wise I paid way too much."
If I'm considering a watch, I want to see it in its "natural" setting. A shot of a watch how it is worn in real life and how it appears when viewed by another person is informative. It also helps to see how it appears with various types of wardrobe. Some dress watches go well with casual clothing, o