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    Totally minimalistic dress watch with black dial at 44mm...the dead end

    So i 've searched the whole internet for a totally minimalistic dress watch with black dial at 44mm...There is nothing at 44mm except the minimalistic series from a fashion company (Fossil).

    I love a lot the following designs (100% my personal taste) :

    • By Orient:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d7n_btUTnf8
    • By Citizen:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kB0nj899324
    • By Seiko (although it doesn't have a silver case):

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Seiko-Analo...=watch&sr=1-10
    • By Movado:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DR0qb48le4U

    Unfortunately all the above watches come at 38-40mm that on my wrist (7.7'') appear rather small.

    Do you know any watch from a watch company (not fashion) that has a very similar design (black dial, silver hands, silver case, no numbers, faint lines or no lines lines for the hours and minutes) or do i have to do a surgery to make my wrist smaller?

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    Re: Totally minimalistic dress watch with black dial at 44mm...the dead end

    Sounds like you are describing a dress watch and dress watches are usually designed small/average size. Even on a 7.7” wrist, a 44mm watch isn’t small. You will find more sports watches in this size but few, if any, minimalistic/dress watches.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ipred View Post
    So i 've searched the whole internet for a totally minimalistic dress watch with black dial at 44mm...There is nothing at 44mm except the minimalistic series from a fashion company (Fossil).

    I love a lot the following designs (100% my personal taste)

    Unfortunately all the above watches come at 38-40mm that on my wrist (7.7'') appear rather small.

    Do you know any watch from a watch company (not fashion) that has a very similar design (black dial, silver hands, silver case, no numbers, faint lines or no lines lines for the hours and minutes) or do i have to do a surgery
    Price Range? JD and H Moser & Cie are certainly not "Fassion" companies. But over $10,000 a piece.
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    This one is 45mm and under $200.

    Why does it matter if it's from a "Fashion Company" when there is no logo?

    https://teleiowatches.com/products/t...8aAn9dEALw_wcB
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    Re: Totally minimalistic dress watch with black dial at 44mm...the dead end

    OP, get that Teleio Ares and see how it goes. 44mm is big for an all-dial watch no matter how you slice it, not until your wrist is fatter than 8" or more. If it doesn't jibe well enough to keep, at least you're out only a couple hundred bucks.
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    Re: Totally minimalistic dress watch with black dial at 44mm...the dead end

    This may be the one and only time I’ll recommend a pocket watch conversion... check out Vortic


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    Re: Totally minimalistic dress watch with black dial at 44mm...the dead end

    A dress watch should be small even for 7.7” wrists.

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    Re: Totally minimalistic dress watch with black dial at 44mm...the dead end

    Anything from Panerai...maybe a 45/47mm radiomir??
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    Re: Totally minimalistic dress watch with black dial at 44mm...the dead end

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    44mm.

    H32715531

    $485 @ Joma
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    Re: Totally minimalistic dress watch with black dial at 44mm...the dead end

    Minimalistic, and wears more like 44mm. These used to be available with black dial, you might find one pre-owned.
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