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Odyssey Chronograph

on Fri Apr 07 2017, 12:40
asbolutly love this and if i get the chance i will buy one, IMO one of the slickest, sharpest new watches out there.......the subdial numbers fade out as they are out of use  Very Happy



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Re: Odyssey Chronograph

on Fri Apr 07 2017, 14:06
That's beautiful. I also love the way the numbers on the sub dials fade only showing the current markers as time is being measured.

This review http://www.yankodesign.com/2016/12/12/an-otherworldly-watch/

from their site shows this in action.

With the clever use of technology and design they would certainly be very tempting. Possibly, whatever their retail price point is, would dispel an impulse buy but not definitely not the appreciation of the watch. Very Happy
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Re: Odyssey Chronograph

on Fri Apr 07 2017, 14:25
Very unusual I really like the blue dial very pleasing to the eye

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Re: Odyssey Chronograph

on Fri Apr 07 2017, 15:28
daff62 wrote:That's beautiful. I also love the way the numbers on the sub dials fade only showing the current markers as time is being measured.

This review http://www.yankodesign.com/2016/12/12/an-otherworldly-watch/

from their site shows this in action.

With the clever use of technology and design they would certainly be very tempting. Possibly, whatever their retail price point is, would dispel an impulse buy but not definitely not the appreciation of the watch. Very Happy


i was hoping it would have a Miyota movement in it as that would keep the cost down, but the exploded view shows a mechanical movement so i would guess around £500 Crying or Very sad
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Re: Odyssey Chronograph

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i was hoping it would have a Miyota movement in it as that would keep the cost down, but the exploded view shows a mechanical movement so i would guess around £500 Crying or Very sad [/quote]

I was surprised to see it was mechanical as well. The way the fading of the markers in the sub dials is done certainly gave me the impression that it would be Quartz. I suppose it has been engineered similar to a number of the mystery dial mechanical watches to achieve that effect.

A well designed watch & nice that they have used mechanical engineering rather than Quartz albeit putting it at a higher price point. Sad
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