Sorry if I'm flogging a dead horse here but I have to vent.
Why is it that watch manufacturers, by and large, only offer their watches in one size? I'm sure we've all seen watches we like but have ruled them out for being too big or too small, resulting in less watches for us and less money for the manufacturer. If they were to offer each watch style in a range of sizes e.g. a 38mm, 40mm, 42mm and a 45mm, they would cover most predilictions and sell a truckload more units, offsetting the extra design and stock costs. Obviously the additional sizes may not work with certain styles e.g. chronographs or may not be possible with particular movements but in general the one-size-fits-all policy seems completely daft to me.
Good to get that off my chest