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Introducing - Titanic X inspired by wreck seeker

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I don't like the exposed date ring nor do I see the point of having two chapter rings given that they are both fixed, makes the watch too busy as others have mentioned. I do like the concept though but not as currently executed

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Lots of good advice.

This is a personal view, but...

Things I like:

- case shape

- lume colour

- the crystal

- caseback

- lugs

Things I would change

- if you persist with two chapter rings, make one of them rotate & be a super-compressor style inner bezel

- lose the X, or replace with a white star

- give it some WR- I'd like to see it as a dive watch, given the link to the ship

- put it on a really nice sailcloth strap, leather is not good for divers

- think about your branding. If you plan on making additional watches, then you need to consider it Titanic is your manufacturer name (like Rolex), or the watch name (ie Submariner)

- get some engraving on the movement. The rusty rotor is nice, but the rest of it is grey and dull.

 

Nice watch, though. Hope that's helpful!

For reference, I am quite traditional, like divers and chronos, nothing too fancy or bling. My ideal watch case would contain a 16600 SD, a Speedy co-axial and a SuperOcean. My ultimate watch is a Nautilus 5711..

Lots of good advice.

This is a personal view, but...

Things I like:

- case shape

- lume colour

- the crystal

- caseback

- lugs

Things I would change

- if you persist with two chapter rings, make one of them rotate & be a super-compressor style inner bezel

- lose the X, or replace with a white star

- give it some WR- I'd like to see it as a dive watch, given the link to the ship

- put it on a really nice sailcloth strap, leather is not good for divers

- think about your branding. If you plan on making additional watches, then you need to consider it Titanic is your manufacturer name (like Rolex), or the watch name (ie Submariner)

- get some engraving on the movement. The rusty rotor is nice, but the rest of it is grey and dull.

 

Nice watch, though. Hope that's helpful!

For reference, I am quite traditional, like divers and chronos, nothing too fancy or bling. My ideal watch case would contain a 16600 SD, a Speedy co-axial and a SuperOcean. My ultimate watch is a Nautilus 5711..

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Great watch! I like the dial, reminds me a bit on the longines legend diver, case being "cushion" which always appeals to me. Great combination!  How will you distribute it?  How will you build up the brand?

 

Cheers!

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