Editor's note: For many watch enthusiasts out there, including me, one of the biggest problems we can come across is timepieces that are just too… big. I'll freely admit it: I've got dainty wrists, and yes, it's a problem. Luckily, though, watchmakers are catching on that there are more than a few individuals like me who are slight of hand. As a result, we're seeing more and more timepieces being released that fall in the widely recognised Goldilocks zone of 36 – 40mm watches, which is a good thing. This has, however, caused a bit of an adverse problem for people with larger than average wrists, who are noting that it's harder to find a good-looking wristwatch that actually suits them. Take Daniel, for example. He'd always wanted a Zenith El Primero, but had never been able to find one that could actually look good on his gargantuan lower left arm. Daniel thought all was lost … until a chance encounter at a local Zenith AD. When did you first see/hear about it? When I first started going down the rabbit hole about chronograph watches. The El Primero is, in my opinion, the Mac Daddy of automatic chronos, and ever…

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