You see soooo many threads where someone mentions that a watch actually wears smaller or larger than it's actual size.
But I'm wondering if there would be any way to establish a "formula" to determine perceived size. In other words,
can you add up the width, length, thickness, size of crown, width of lugs, add or subtract dial and/or bezel size, strap/bracelet, etc.
to determine the perceived size?
I mean, there is already a Heat Index. So if it's 85 degrees and humid outside it might "feel" like 90 degrees, which some
people like to know.
I think it would be cool to see a chart of some of the most popular watches by real and "perceived" size.
You know I love charts!
Note: Please don't beat me like a rented mule. If you don't like this thread please move on.