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In Response To: Re: Here are a few ()

let me begin with the disclaimer that I hate wrist shots, but in an effort to provide valuable information to our readers, I will post this shot. [ some insecurity about small wrists, you might be thinking ? ]

set your resolution at 600 by 800, and this will show you how it actually looks (more or less) on a very MACHO 16 cm (6-3/8 inch) wrist.

In all seriousness, if you want a Heuer Cal 11 / Cal 12 in a small case, this is the one to choose. The Carrera looks perfect on any wrist -- large or small.

Maybe some large-wristed guys will post some photos.

Chuck: still awake in Chicagoland??


you know, sometimes the service level provided by Chronocentric / OnTheDash even surprises me.


: I have the opportunity to buy a 1153S and would
: like to get an idea of how big it looks
: "on the wrist." If you have any
: shots that you can post, I would greatly
: appreciate it. Thanks.

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