Can you explain to me how you would buff out scratches on a mineral crystal? it never worked for me. mineral crystal is the cheapest of glass available. In my opinion it is the type of glass that is the least suitable for an every day watch. Especially with larger sizes like the K34, just because it scratches so easily. Sapphire is not prone to scratches. I have it on a watch that I wore daily for several years (also on camp sites) and it just looks like a new glass. Also the plexi glass domes found on Amphibia watches still look like new because they are easy to maintain and indeed for those type of crystals it is easy to buff scratches out in a few minutes. But minerals are the worst when it comes to scratch resistance.
/me begins insidious but not harmful plot to turn dial and movement to 24-hours with 24 at top
It's ok nobody else gets my dry sense of humour either :p
I do think that we should settle on a design for the dial, hands and so forth, before we start looking at expensive options. Raising the price at an early stage will just make the watch a harder sell and we need to move 300 units.
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I have advertised the project on cccp-forum.it and forumorologi.eu, maybe someone will board the train to the Elbrus.
However, where is it possible to see the list of project members, Comrade Arizone?
The list si here
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I suggest,if the caseback is to be solid,then laser etching for any design rather than stamped.
Reasoning behind this is it is more cost effective and allows for a more detailed and sharper design to be produced.
Good quality laser etching can also look pretty impressive compared to stamped!
Time is the coin of your life. It is the only coin you have, and only you can determine how it will be spent. Be careful lest you let other people spend it for you. ~Carl Sandburg
All registered and looking forward to seeing this come together.
I registered an interest in No. 82 if it's available.
Just one quick question and this may have been answered in previous posts. But what are the red and blue "hand like" elements on the dial? Are they functional or purely aesthetic.
Thanks so much!
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