Any type of chronograph is going to be an exceedingly handy complication for a wristwatch to possess. However, while the function of the chronograph is broadly the same no matter what make or model of watch you go for, they aren't all aesthetically equal *not by a long shot. No, the best-looking chronographs on the market generally all have one thing in common: Bi-Compax Dials. That's right, the simple and elegant look of two sub-dials, traditionally located at three and nine o'clock, provides a great amount of symmetry and harmony that, in turn, lends itself to a more arresting overall look. We've chosen three great-looking chronographs for the discerning timekeeper. Enjoy. HAMILTON INTRA-MATIC AUTO CHRONO BLUE DIAL The Hamilton Intra-Matic Auto Chrono blue dial is an absolute peach that stands out in this collection of very solid watches as something a little special. Powered by an adapted Valjoux 7753, this watch has a longer than average power reserve of 60 hours. Hamilton's watchmakers have optimised one of the most epic workhorses in horology for a longer run time between winds despite the movement operating at a standard 28,800 vibrations per hour. Ref No: H38416541 / Case size: 40mm /…

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