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August 26, 2014

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Angelo

It's fascinating to me how true this is (design drives how a watch "looks" in size). It's so true---among my own watches in the collection----case thickness, bezel treatment, proportion of width of band vs. case diameter, color, face size, etc.----drives how big a watch "looks." And yes, two 47 MM watches can look dramatically different in "size" depending on how they're designed. Put a ruler on them and they are the same. Put them on your wrist at a viewing distance and one looks bigger than the other.

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