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    Chrono or three hand?

    Loving this watch and I've been drawn to the three hand for years and then was blown away, first impression, by the Chrono a few months back.

    Thoughts on either, on my wrist, compared to each other, etc?

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    I would say that both look great on your wrist. I'm normally a three hand watch guy but in this case I would vote chrono. Don't know why but somehow chrono looks better on your tattooed hand. Maybe with long sleeved shirt that three hand Pilot would look better. But as I said, both look great.
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    Re: Chrono or three hand?

    Yes both are great... I would go chrono if you already have a 3 hander
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    Re: Chrono or three hand?

    I don't have a Chrono. I generally love the look but don't use the feature so I stay away from them. Difference in price between the Chrono and the three hand on this is negligible, and I also like that it has a running seconds and some Chronos don't have the running seconds in one of the registers.

    Interestingly, I sort of agree with you as I look back at pictures about the Chrono looking better on the tattooed arm.

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    Re: Chrono or three hand?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mistergmt View Post
    Zenith, gotta get the chrono
    It's a shame that you don't see the movement, but it is an el primero movement.

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    Re: Chrono or three hand?

    Some pictures of the Chrono on my arm the first time I tried it on back in March. The photos are a little bit better.

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    Re: Chrono or three hand?

    Chrono since you don't have one
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    Re: Chrono or three hand?

    i'd vote 3 hand. those giant hands obscure too much of the sub-dials. if you want a zenith chrono, there are "better" models to choose from.
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    Re: Chrono or three hand?

    I vote chrono as well. They’re both good but the chrono somehow fits better.
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    Re: Chrono or three hand?

    With your wrist/arm you can wear just about anything, must be nice. My preference on that particular watch is the 3 hander. Most Zenith give me the El Primero chrono movement though.
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