This is a beauty. A classic design from 1970's that will always represent the era in its best light. Oh, and the sizing is perfect on your wrist. Don't let others tell you otherwise.
I love that OQ. It's amazing how contemporary the style looks considering its vintage - the mark of truly good design, I think. Is that your GP chrono? I really lust after that case; didn't realise how thick it was until I saw this pic. Most enlightening; thank you.
I shall keep my double space as a classic design quirk of my own vintage. Old dogs have a limited number of new tricks. Anyway, I like the way it looks and find it makes sentences more easily distinguished when reading. Maybe I'm showing my age in that regard too, but I remain firmly in the "both are correct, get over yourself" camp. However, I have to confess to making the "beg the question" mistake all my life. I would like to think of myself as reasonably educated, more than averagely literate, and an inveterate pedant to boot. I am therefore embarrassed by this failing, yet grateful to be made aware.
Now I'm going to another site to see what the prices are on OQs and vintage GP chronos - again. With the latter, I have to say I like the more recent ones too, just for the case - even the non-retro three subdial ones.
They seem very polar opposite.
Maybe you should think function first. (dress, sport, etc.)
Are you a guy who prefers a larger watch?
If resale is important, maybe you should think something more like a Rolex.