I hope you succeed. Perhaps, if it's something you love doing; you can make more and give them as presents or sell them.Very true, maverick.
I wish it did have tisell on the dial, but it would take away from the watch a bit.
I want on eBay a found these exact dials and "B" type dials with the hour numbers inside and minutes outside. One in a gorgeous starburst brown.
I do plan on building one. I found tons of cases and movements and hands.
Now that leaves the questions to where the value is since there are many Asian pilot style watches that can be had for less than $100... The crystal, the case, the dial... and the strap can make all the difference.
Lol. If I had my own case and dial designs, I'd sell them. It's kinda hard to get these to be distinguished from other watches, though. I don't want to be a cookie cutter watch with cool colors.I hope you succeed. Perhaps, if it's something you love doing; you can make more and give them as presents or sell them.
Lol. Will do. The point of the watches would be "cost effective style". I'd be using Asian movements, and chronograph variations. Mostly hand winding for a more classical feel. Actually, I need to talk to a few guys to see who helped them design their dials. Hands are pretty readily available, thankfully.Falkon:
If you ever start casing, selling em let us Freeks know.
I'd like to get in on the ground floor.
Lots of room out here in watch buyer and collecting land.