My most recent watch purchase was my Jaquet Droz Grande Seconde... which got me thinking. Lately I've realized that there are quite a few watches I like, where the main time dial is actually a subdial. And in fact, my other high-end watch, the GO Panomaticlunar, is also a watch with time on a subdial. There are quite a few other watches with that feature that I like, and it's something I may continue to consider buying, and have a small collection within my collection, so to speak.
Here are some of my favorites I've seen lately... they're mostly high-end, and this seems to be generally something found in high-end or niche watches. But I included a couple I like that aren't because of the brand or quirkiness.
Do you have any favorites? Other watches with this type of subdial?
My GO Panomatic Lunar
My Jaquet Droz Grande Seconde
A. Lange & Sohne Lange 1 25th Anniversary
Armin Strom Resonance Pure
MB&F Legacy Machine No. 2
FP Journe Chronometre Optimum
Vacheron Constantin Elegance Sartoriale Tartan
Maurice Lacroix Masterpiece Gravity
Montblanc Nicolas Rieussec Chrono
Epos Oeuvre D'Art 3435 Verso
Hamilton ODC X-03 - This is the most oddball... 3 separate movements, mechanical for the main time, and quartz for the other two. But as a bit of a space geek, I couldn't no include a watch that is so space themed and has a picture of Jupiter taking up much of the dial.