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    Pointer Date watches

    Anyone got any Pointer Date watches?

    I used to have a Pointer Date watch once (back in the day 1980's , a lovely moon phase Zenith Quartz,...
    I seem to remember it had a 1/2 circle, red-tipped hoop on the pointer hand. Sadly I traded it in !)

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    I have this one

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    I used to have an Epos 7751 with a day pointer like you describe, but I sold it. Currently the only one I have with a day pointer is this Raymond Weil.

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    It's a common feature on full calendar watches, like this Maurice Lacroix Masterpiece Phase de Lune Tonneau:

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    I have this epos, which has that 'half moon' indicator. It's OK. I'm not a huge fan of the date indicator to be honest. But thought it was a relatively neat looking watch which is why it ended up in the box!

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    I have only one too. Revue Thommen Professional Pilot pointer date using a modified ETA 2836.


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