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The watch was made for pilots to help them read the dial "there was a purpose for this unconventional aesthetic as it provided a direct view when a pilot’s arm was outstretched to the controls (and they often wore it on the underside of the wrist)"
This really is among the best looking PMWs I’ve seen in a while.
That's aesthetically impressive.My latest, Axios Ironclad "black pearl" A bit disappointed. Bought it specifically for the beautiful mother of pearl dial that really pops on the web site, but in the real world it is very fickle and only shows itself under optimum lighting conditions. I took several shots and none did it justice. I doubt people will even notice it. Otherwise it is a great quality watch but looks like just another dive watch with a greyish dial.......
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Are you thinking of this one? Not smurf blue, but definitely a vintage aesthetic and an acrylic crystal.This really is among the best looking PMWs I’ve seen in a while.
Several years ago someone posted a similar diver but in smurf blue with a domed crystal and a vintagey look to it. It looked really cool. Can’t remember if it was from this brand or not. I seem to remember it was a limited edition and I was itching to pull the trigger on one but then remembered I have an actual smurf blue Sub as my daily beater and the PMW wouldn’t get much use.
I still like the looks of this. I think it’s the sparse numbering on the dial. I really dislike hash mark overload.