I find a few of the Steinharts appealing, but don't want something too large for my 6.75" wrist. I figure my max lug-to-lug is about 54mm, since my Lum-Tec Bull 45's look fine on me. But I chalk this up to the fact that the Bull 45 has very short lugs and only measures 53mm tip to tip.
I like the 44mm Aviation (undecided as to auto versus hand wind ) but wonder about the length of the lugs putting it out of reach for me.
The Triton is about 1mm less thick than the Aviation, but it's a 45mm case rather than the 44mm Aviation and, from photos, the Triton lugs appear even longer than the Aviation. Can anybody confirm this?
The Triton also outweighs the Aviation by a good margin. I think lighter watches tend to be more comfortable.
Maybe the Military is the best bet for me. It's a 42mm and only 12mm thick instead of 14mm+
No Triton, but this helpful thread from Downer illustrates the Aviation next to the Military pretty well: A few size comparisons for Tony A.H
Actual lug-to-lug outside measurements of the Aviation / Triton would be helpful. I've had a forum member tell me that their Military is 52mm lug-to-lug.
If you guys could post up some wrist shots of any of these models, along with your wrist size, it'd be super helpful.
Lastly, I guess any impressions of how these models 'wear' or feel when worn would also be appreciated. I know some smaller watches wear larger than they really are, just like some larger watches wear a bit smaller.
Thanks for any help! ~Larry