Guess it’s really what you’re used to
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    Guess it’s really what you’re used to



    Never thought I’d say this but after wearing my new to me, 35mm King Seiko, for the last 3 weeks...

    “Good Lord these old Daytona’s wear large”.
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    Re: Guess it’s really what you’re used to

    “Wrist perspective” is an interesting phenomenon. You can wear a Panerai and a 42mm feels small or you can wear a 34mm and 40 feels like it has some heft.

    The interesting part comes when you take a break for a little and then see what feels comfortable.

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    Re: Guess it’s really what you’re used to

    Quote Originally Posted by EEWatch View Post
    “Wrist perspective” is an interesting phenomenon. You can wear a Panerai and a 42mm feels small or you can wear a 34mm and 40 feels like it has some heft.

    The interesting part comes when you take a break for a little and then see what feels comfortable.
    ^^^ This.

    Yeah, agree with the “wrist phenomenon” thing. I have had watches from the 90s and so, felt that a 40mm was large but after a few years of 40 and 43mm, suddenly felt that an old 34mm watch was tiny....
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    Re: Guess it’s really what you’re used to

    When you go back to your 35mm King Seiko you will be thinking,

    “Good Lord these old King Seikos wear small” !

    Lovely daytona btw :)

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