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    Completely nonsensical design choices

    We all know that tachymeter bezels and chapter rings are overused and often pretty redundant, but Sekonda take it to a whole new level here.
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    Wow. That's... just bad. Not a matter of opinion, it's just crap.
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    Well! That's about as useful as a screen door on a submarine.

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    Oh.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by whatmeworry View Post
    We all know that tachymeter bezels and chapter rings are overused and often pretty redundant, but Sekonda take it to a whole new level here.
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    All-black chronographs. Difficult to read the time and very difficult to read the sub dials.

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    At least you can see the date window I guess.

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    Not very useful as a chronographs, but interesting looking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan View Post
    At least you can see the date window I guess.

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    I dislike many date windows, but this might be the worst I've seen. Why, why, why


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