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  • #31
    The Sky-Dweller is certainly not a watch for everyone, but that is part of the draw for me. It is not a typical Rolex and the annual calendar complication is one of the more subtle calendar displays available (with the exception of ochs und junior). Most annual calendars go for a triple date setup like the Patek. I wouldn't be surprised if the majority of the people who own a Sky-Dweller don't even know that the watch displays the months.

    An annual calendar fits nicely into a simplified watch collection. With a 72-hour power reserve, the Sky-Dweller can also keep running for more than a day off the wrist.
    -Brian

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    • #32
      Originally posted by FuzzyB View Post
      I wouldn't be surprised if the majority of the people who own a Sky-Dweller don't even know that the watch displays the months.
      I don;t own one, but never noticed that 12-month function. Nice feature, wouldn't take long to get used to.
      Time is Money, except on Dark Side of the Moon

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      • #33
        Ugh, all these dead photobucket links are very sad aren't they? :'(
        Always eager to hear more

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        • #34
          Originally posted by Watch Carefully View Post
          I don;t own one, but never noticed that 12-month function. Nice feature, wouldn't take long to get used to.
          I like that it is subtle and discrete. I tried to get used to a triple date on the Concord El Primero-powered chronograph, but all of the windows in the middle of the dial were just too distracting.
          -Brian

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          • #35
            Photobucket really did a number on forums all over. It's sad to think of all of the information that was lost by that move.
            -Brian

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