It would be interesting to think of a drawing (a stylized symbol) for the caseback that explains (or better reminders to everyone, even those with short memory like me) as the watch can be used as a compass.
I know, I'm running too much but what do you think?
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I would be happy with any of those but the first really jumps out, it would look fantastic with matching bright white lume on the hands and hour pips.
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No 2 is best but I think a two time bezel is making it look a bit too busy.
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+1 on Joe above
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Last edited by Geoff Adams; August 9th, 2018 at 16:23.
This said, I’m still working on a short tutorial which would remind, strongly enough to remain “sticky” in the shortest memories , how to use a solar compass. This without making a 180º or +/- 30º bearing error Cut the laugh: I’ve seen it. Btw, iPhones do no better, if close to a steel mass... With the Elbrus, the 24h hand/compass-needle fortunately helps a lot. Now, streamlining such a tutorial enough to put it on a beautiful caseback? A challenge beyond my writing skills...
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