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
I know that same size wrists can be different, but in your opinion what wrist size do you think is needed to wear this (assuming this is 47mm)? Of course I wouldn't expect it to fit under a shirt sleeve... I need to visit the Panerai boutique ;-)
I think we tend to get hung up on "what if...". Unfortunately it happened. Fortunately it doesn't look bad...like everyone says you will probably remember this vacation for a while! It's also a good thing that the bezel is more easily replaceable than say the case. You could say that the bezel has d
I thought my perfect watch was a Rolex Sub...and true it was great. For various reasons including the perception it gives to others about wearing a Rolex, I couldn't wear it much any more, so I sold it. In the meantime this journey is taking me to other brands including Doxa, Seiko...and I am keen o