The way to make a compromise watch that truly nobody would like is to create a sequential series of polls for each possible decision, starting with the model. Then a poll for the dial color, exhibition or closed back, bracelet or strap, hombre or sunburst or matte or pattern, bronze or steel, gmt or no, date or no.suicidal_orange wrote: ↑Sun Oct 16, 2022 8:01 pmThere would be just one poll where people pick all the options they would potentially buy, just the below would make 24 options:asqwerth wrote: ↑Sun Oct 16, 2022 6:47 pmPolls are not going to work, nor a democracy. You would have to have a take-it-or-leave-it stance.suicidal_orange wrote: ↑Sun Oct 16, 2022 6:13 pm... I'm tempted to see if I can think of 99 variations between price, style, hands, case size and colour to max out the poll
Purple, burgundy, brown
Trident 300, Trident Pro, Sealander 36, Sealander 40
Any option with less than 75 votes gets dropped (to allow for the inevitable "I don't like that shade of purple" drop-outs) while the remainder are designed by someone and then everyone can commit to buying any/all which they would. The one with most buyers is what the forum majority wanted, is it not?
Things work so simply in my mind
Everyone would hate the process, nobody would want the watch. It would tear the forums asunder. It’d be really funny to watch.