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    Epos 3405

    Just chanced across this - slightly different way of telling the time from one of my favourite brands ..... a jumping hour regulateur

    What do you think?

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    I dig it. To my eye the dial markings seem to not know if its sporty or dressy though.

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    They do a white/silver dial too , you can see the vertical banding clearer on this too.

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    Big watch though @ 43mm

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    Hmmmmm, having the date obscured by the minute hand is one thing; but having the hour obscured ?
    Some people have opinions - The rest of us have taste.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crownpuller View Post
    Hmmmmm, having the date obscured by the minute hand is one thing; but having the hour obscured ?
    Only twice a day on both counts , and one of those points on both counts I wouldn't be awake anyway , wouldn't bother me.

    I prefer the black one

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seriously View Post
    Only twice a day on both counts...
    Huh ? Every half past the hour for the date, and every 12-13 (ish) minutes past the hour for the hour
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    Oh yeah

    Well, it STILL wouldn't bother me being an international man of mystery and whatnot

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    Interesting, but I think I'd like this one better, even though it doesn't have a seconds hand. I like the blue one best, although I wish they'd made the hour window matching blue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mlcor View Post
    Interesting, but I think I'd like this one better, even though it doesn't have a seconds hand. I like the blue one best, although I wish they'd made the hour window matching blue.

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    That's better - Slim hand is not going to block the hour digits. Agree about the hour window backing colour (with a white font, obviously).
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