In view of my (in the mail) new Glycine 22, I thought to put together a concept illustration of what I feel might be a personal touch on this fine watch.
The enhanced design has the following features:
a) Color-coded lume on the hands (Orange minute-hand corresponding to the orange minute numerals and white hour-hand corresponding to white hour numerals).
b) Use of symbolism (sunlight behind a mountain line) to visually enforce the paradigm that the hour-hand (roughly) follows the actual celestial object. As opposed to traditional 12 hour watches that are abstract.
c) Red lume on the hour markers divide the watch in 4 quadrants (easier to tell time at night merely by looking at the lume alone).
d) Date window moved to the 24hr spot since that is when the date actually changes.
(Also, we'd rather have the date hidden under the hour hand during midnight than at 1800. At 1800 we might still want to read the date from time to time)
e) The odd numbered hour markers no longer blend into the minute markers.