It would be interesting to see global brands too in order to be able to compare Seiko, Grand Seiko, GO, ALS, etc. Perhaps mechanical vs smartwatch by brand would also be interesting (to see graphically what's eating the bottom segment of the market). I'm sure people can come up with other brands the
Many people (in general that is) have a warped sense of entitlement whether they feel that it's been earned or inherited. In a very much first-world (problem) forum like this, I feel everyone should be welcome. Here people come to share a common interest, whether it's a Victorinox (nothing bad inten
I see your point too. That trident is nice. I know it wouldn't help with thickness but there used to be a "Ball Watches - Magneto" that had an iris mechanism. Imagine one of those where you could have both the trident and the ability to view the movement!
...the smaller version also had a display caseback to show off the GO caliber, then it could move to the top of my list. Aside from some Blancpain (hard to get) limited editions, I feel there aren't many divers with a classic size with display casebacks (of course with movements worth seeing).
Both the 36mm and 41mm look great on your wrist. That steel looks amazing! Did you have a preference between the two sizes? On some blogs, I've heard that 36mm wears small but it looks very wearable to me.
It's strange. I love Blancpain and while I don't like their date windows either, I can live with it. Here it seemed more severe at first but I'm getting used to it. I know they're dressier but I would love to have seen one of their micro-rotor movements in this :-P