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Who else would like to see a ladies diver's watch in a nice ladies size?

Poll ended at Thu Jan 19, 2012 8:35 am

I would like a small ladies diver's watch 28mm/30mm
1
4%
I would like a medium sized ladies diver's watch 34mm/36mm
11
46%
I would like to see another ladies size diver's watch (Please post a suggestion)
12
50%
 
Total votes: 24

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Re: The Ladies Diver's Watch Poll

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Not sure if 34mm is just a tad small for a dive watch - if that diameter includes a bezel, would the dial and hands be on the small side?

Perhaps 36-38mm would be better, for the sake of visibility?
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JAG wrote:It would have to be a 38mm so it could be used by both female & male :-)
Having voted 36mm, I think slightly larger to cater for everyone would be a good move.

You haven't indicated what kind of movement... I think an auto is overdue..
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Post by I.I.D »

Changed my vote from option 2-3.
38mm would be great.
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The Laird wrote:Hi Everyone, :D

The ladies diver's watch poll.

Who else would like to see a ladies diver's watch in a nice ladies size?

Till next time...

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38mm would be a great size to fit both genders and i'm sure it still could be made to look nice at reduced size for a standard diver

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Re: The Ladies Diver's Watch Poll

Post by Lavaine »

Another vote for 38mm. Perfect unisex size, and large enough for a dive bezel and decent size dial.
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Re: The Ladies Diver's Watch Poll

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A real diver of the female sex is likely going to wear a real full size divers watch but for the sake of having fun, I'd say; as lone as it's an auto, OK. I've seen some nice matching his and her's matching diver watches before. That should be a though to.
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Yep - 38mm unisex is the way to go. I bet it would sell well.

Hold on - wasn't this something that CW was considering at the end of last year?
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Also, I'm seeing a lot of women wearing full size watches these days. Must be a trend... A full size watch on a woman looks boss to me. Super!
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Re: The Ladies Diver's Watch Poll

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38mm diver, perfect for sharing!
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Re: The Ladies Diver's Watch Poll

Post by Loddonite »

I have said elsewhere that 39/40 would be good for a mid-size diver - ok for men and women.
A unisex (horrible word) sports watch could be marginally smaller and a dress watch smaller still.
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Re: The Ladies Diver's Watch Poll

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The Laird wrote:I would personally rather watch sizes went back to the way they used to be a few years back, when 40mm/41mm was considered a large sports watch. I'm simply not a fan of this large watch trend.
+1 No objection to larger watches for those who like them (and many do). What I would like to see is a wider choice in the "traditional" sizes.
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