Q: Do you ship internationally?
A: Nope. But, apparently, many of you are using a freight forwarding service to order and ship out of the US, which seems to be working just fine. Here are a few that we don’t have anything to do with.
Good luck - I checked and none of the freight forwarding services ship up there.
I bought a watch made by these guys before off meh. It didn’t come with any extra band links, and it wouldn’t fit over my hand. Tried to contact them about maybe buying some extra, and never heard anything from them.
@therealjrn related to the integrated stopwatch (chronograph) and other functions. At 6 o’clock is the running seconds hand (central seconds hand is the chronograph seconds), at 9 is the stopwatch minute register, at 3 is a 24 hour indicator, and I’m not sure what is at 12. A chronograph 1/10th second register?
Having subdials is the norm for chronographs, or for any watch without a central seconds hand, like most pocket watches.
@jandrese where? Literally none of the pics of the watch face say tackyometer. They say tachymeter which is a word. Which leads me to believe you think it should be spelled tachyometer. Which is incorrect.
JFC, that is a horrendous error. It’s common sense to double or even triple check spelling on a product. Fortunately, only grammar nazis and spelling fascists that start looking at it for longer than a few seconds will notice it.
@cinoclav@grimblegromble Maybe he was referring to “deployant” in the product description?
They had it as “deployant” earlier, which is actually correct, but now seem to have replaced it with “deployment,” which is incorrect.
@cinoclav@grimblegromble Yeah, I think you’re probably right. I just noticed the negative change on the front page and remembered this comment and thought maybe it had instigated it. I don’t know. Oh well.
@RiotDemon Fair enough. Didn’t mean to pick on you. As I understand it, though, a complication is a watch feature over and above just giving the time, so on this one there is only one complication and that is the fact that it’s a chronograph. The subdials are part of that feature. (Well, on second thought the fact that it has a seperate subdial to mark where you are in the 24-hour cycle might be considered a separate complication.) Other complication examples would be having a perpetual calendar, or showing the time in more than one time zone, or showing the time in various cities around the world and so forth.
I got the gray dial with the stainless band with the black center links. It is a handsome watch and seems well designed in terms of features and legibility, especially at the low price point. The only negative so far (mine just arrived today) is that the butterfly clasp is a real pain to operate. Hoping that will improve as the watch gets broken in and also that the black coating will be scratch resistant. The clasp type with push button side releases is much, much better.