Originally Posted by gregplay723 Maybe I'm missing something but it seems that every time a new watch is unveiled many geeks simply dismiss it because of size; the small 40mm watches of yesteryear are gone and for the most part good riddance, With all of the wonderful dial choices now available at affordable prices it has released the strangle hold that watch makers like Rolex and Cartier had on the industry for years. So enjoy the boldness that is today, and enjoy the larger time pieces from all the innovative designers unleashing these beauties. Hey Greg: Stop complaining about other people complaining!
All opinions are welcome and what you state as complaining may just be someone giving their opinion just like you did when starting this thread. I wear 50 and 52mm and enjoy the look and design, but I, like others here, will not get rid of their 40-44mm watches. The smaller ones I reserve for business especially since I work in a conservative environment and hold a leadership position. There's a time and place for all watches and if you acquire a taste for high-end timepieces you are looking at 40-42mm on average. __________________ Too many watches, not enough time. Chase Durer, Invicta, Omega, Orient, Poljot, Rolex, Seiko, Vostok Europe FloridaGary View Public Profile Send a private message to FloridaGary Send email to FloridaGary Find all posts by FloridaGary Add FloridaGary to Your Contacts #36 Today, 10:30 AM Join Date: Jan 2010 Location: ohio Posts: 4,222 Real Name: Nhard
bigwatchking1 Senior Member Master WatchGeek
never going to hear me complain about a watch being to big,,,my names says it all,,,i think its a matter of choice and what you like,,,,i dont make fun of a guy wearing a 40mm watch its his choice,,,just let me enjoy my 53mm watch __________________
Published on Aug 31, 2010
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