I’ve got large wrists—and I detest oversized watches—so I never have any issues with buying a watch and having it be *physically* too big, though I’ve certainly owned watches where the relative dial size was aesthetically too large even if the case was not.
My problem is with watches that are too small. I’m cursed with a passion for vintage watches but I simply can’t wear most of them. Some can be made to look bigger by putting them on, say, a leather NATO/Zulu, but that doesn’t help much with dress watches.
I will tolerate it somewhat if I REALLY like the watch—like my Benrus bumper or my ‘53 Longines, both 34mm—but I’ve still got quite a few that I’ve been threatening to sell for some time now.
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