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  • Mike D
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    Pretty cool - I like it and was thinking what you are thinking - you choose where the hour and minute markers are and go from there. Sort of loosely reminds me of my Angular Momentum Illum/II with the revolving disc system.

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  • Speaking of Jump-Hour and Direct-Read mechanical watches...have you seen D.M.H.?

    I just saw one of these as the result of a search for modern pieces based on Tenor-Dorly movements. He's been in business a decade or so, it seems...I'm shocked I haven't seen these before!

    Fred Dingemans Mechanische Horloges

    I like the industrial approach...apparently everything but the movement is hand-made.
    It ain't the easiest thing to read--I imagine you can decide where you want the hour/minute wheels to be read as there seems to be no set indicator or arrow.
    There is something odd about the crown also--a proprietary design I haven't sorted yet. Call me 'intruigued.'

    EOT_ER, do you know Fred?



    These images borrowed from a WUS sales post:





    Last edited by Watch Carefully; 11-17-2019, 12:26 PM.
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