Hi all! I've started looking at the Heritage Chronometrie Twincounter Date as a possible alternative to the Ultra Slim. It's a bit more substantial than the latter and that may be what I'm looking for more than a very slim (though incredibly beautiful) watch for everyday use.
But I noticed something: the two subdials are not placed symmetrically on the watch face. The running seconds is placed quite close to the center while the date counter is a bit further away. Here are some images from Hodinkee.
I can only assume that the movement made this asymmetry necessary--but I have to admit that, now that I've noticed this, it bugs me a bit.
What do you all think?