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    I like the 10 o'clock crown. I like how the side profile seems to give it a Bauhaus look almost? My preference would be for thicker lugs from the top view. And I think the 12,3,6,9 indices clash with the dots for the rest. The hands don't match either style of indices. I think a radical change of the hands and indices would be my recommendation. But hey, this is just one guy's opinion


    Great work on the case, bezel , lug design and crown. I like the name too, I've never heard if that jellyfish
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    Also, I second the paramedic's desire for minute markers on the bezel

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    I second the suggestion for Miyota 9015. There's a lot of microbrand divers with NH35 out there. Is there a price point in mind for this yet?

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    Re: Feedback on diver design

    Quote Originally Posted by MS_original View Post
    I like the 10 o'clock crown. I like how the side profile seems to give it a Bauhaus look almost? My preference would be for thicker lugs from the top view. And I think the 12,3,6,9 indices clash with the dots for the rest. The hands don't match either style of indices. I think a radical change of the hands and indices would be my recommendation. But hey, this is just one guy's opinion


    Great work on the case, bezel , lug design and crown. I like the name too, I've never heard if that jellyfish
    Thanks mate, really appreciate the time you've taken to share these thoughts - every piece of feedback helps!
    I like the idea of slightly thicker lugs, as it could give a little more balance on the top-down view.

    Yeah, they're cool little jellyfish, albeit deadly!

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    Re: Feedback on diver design

    Quote Originally Posted by MS_original View Post
    I second the suggestion for Miyota 9015. There's a lot of microbrand divers with NH35 out there. Is there a price point in mind for this yet?
    Initial launch price on Kickstarter will be around $349AUD (or approx. 260USD, or 190GBP). ☺

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    Re: Feedback on diver design

    That’s a good looking dial. Nice and simple, and it’s not attempting to model anything else too closely. I dig it.


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    Re: Feedback on diver design

    Quote Originally Posted by ElliotH11 View Post
    That’s a good looking dial. Nice and simple, and it’s not attempting to model anything else too closely. I dig it.


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    Thanks mate! :)
    We were definitely going for original; trying to stand on our own two feet design-wise rather than copy anything.
    Glad you like it :)

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    Re: Feedback on diver design

    Very original looking design - totally a win in my opinion. Regarding the narrow lugs, wide indices and all that, i would approach criticism philosophically - every good design needs to be polarizing - otherwise its guaranteed to be forgettable.. )))

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    Re: Feedback on diver design

    Quote Originally Posted by t3tan3k View Post
    Very original looking design - totally a win in my opinion. Regarding the narrow lugs, wide indices and all that, i would approach criticism philosophically - every good design needs to be polarizing - otherwise its guaranteed to be forgettable.. )))
    Haha, thanks mate, love it!
    I guess we've gone into it assuming that the design won't speak to everyone, but hopefully for those it does speak to, it speaks strong!

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    Re: Feedback on diver design

    Hi everyone,

    Just sharing the first independent review of the Irukandji, by 'Time to Go Travel & Timepieces.'
    More reviews coming in the next week or two.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vp5o1TUCMKo

    Matt :)

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