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Not sure if everyone caught UNDONE’s Aero Worldtimer? Or Worldtimers?

The watches have 40mm stainless steel cases, eye-catching bezels,
crowns, and pushers, black, or green dials, Seiko NH35A movement,
along with fabric straps, or stainless steel bracelets.


The Doolittle:





The Hughes:





Lindbergh:





A view of the movement:





Oracle of Time, and UNDONE with a lot more...

UNDONE Launch Their First Ever Worldtimer Complication Watch, The Aptly Named Aero Worldtimer

Custom Watches | Personalized Watches Online | UNDONE
 

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Not sure if everyone caught UNDONE’s Aero Worldtimer? Or Worldtimers?

The watches have 40mm stainless steel cases, eye-catching bezels,
crowns, and pushers, black, or green dials, Seiko NH35A movement,
along with fabric straps, or stainless steel bracelets.


The Doolittle:





The Hughes:





Lindbergh:





A view of the movement:





Oracle of Time, and UNDONE with a lot more...

UNDONE Launch Their First Ever Worldtimer Complication Watch, The Aptly Named Aero Worldtimer

Custom Watches | Personalized Watches Online | UNDONE
The watch is somewhat interesting but the see-through case back in this instance is a no-go for me, I have no problem with a see-through case back if there was some effort put in but this looks like no effort whatsoever was made. Might be cost-saving but in that case, they should have put a solid case back and could have saved a MM in depth.
 

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It's interesting. Not a fan of the dial/date setup. At least it's different than anything else out there :)
The watch is somewhat interesting but the see-through case back in this instance is a no-go for me, I have no problem with a see-through case back if there was some effort put in but this looks like no effort whatsoever was made. Might be cost-saving but in that case, they should have put a solid case back and could have saved a MM in depth.

I’m with you Alund, it is different, which is refreshing just to see. :)

It’s kind of almost having to do with the what’s old is new again
right?! ;) Because there is sort of a 60’s/70’s world time feel to
it, or them, but it’s not something we see a ton nowadays which
makes these that much more fun to see. ..And Bob, I totally see
what you are saying about the see-through case-backs. (y) It
would actually be cool if they gave people a choice, and have
either an exhibition, or solid case-back option when you think
about it. :cool::cool:

Have to thank the both of you just for looking, as well as for
joining the conversation on these !!!
 

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Ooo-weee! That crown is bold!
I enjoy a pop of color (second hand, bezel PIP, dial signature, etc.) but that that crown is loud enough to guide Santa's sleigh through inclement weather.
That Doolittle has a cool field-watch vibe I really like. But that ripe pimple is just too distracting for me.
 

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Ooo-weee! That crown is bold!
I enjoy a pop of color (second hand, bezel PIP, dial signature, etc.) but that that crown is loud enough to guide Santa's sleigh through inclement weather.
That Doolittle has a cool field-watch vibe I really like. But that ripe pimple is just too distracting for me.
😄 The crown does kind of take you back, no doubt Clay. o_O

Can totally see Santa wearing one to help find his way through
a blizzard or something. 🎅 (y) ..I mean it could take a little while
for him to get used to it, but I think he would warm up to it over time.
It’s kind of like a vintage world time meeting up with one of those
wild Graham watches right?!

It was ultra cool hearing what you thought sir. ..Thank you so much
for chiming in !!!
 
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