200m Diver - Chrono ?!

In the next time I`ll present some bigger watches.

Let`s start with this #Nubeo.

Big watches - mostly these are very polarizing, people love big watches or dislike them.

Here we have a chronograph with 200m water resistance, screw down crown and screw down pusher.
What are already very cool FEatures is possibly somewhat compensated by the fact that a MEcha Quartz movement is used, but I personally do not find so wrong with chronographs, so it would be for me no "compensation", but still a good component.
The workmanship is solid and especially the massive case knows how to convince.
The design, as usual for Nubeo, is inspired by Space and Deepsea aspects. This is definitely something different and a unique selling point.

Now I'm interested in what the Watchcrunch community thinks about big watches?

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At 53mm diameter, I'd be afraid that it could be mistaken for a child's watch.  Perhaps they should have increased it to 70mm?

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HotWatchChick69

At 53mm diameter, I'd be afraid that it could be mistaken for a child's watch.  Perhaps they should have increased it to 70mm?

;) I sure get you. It`s massive and you def. need some proper wrist to wear it but then it`s an eye catcher.

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I really like Nubeos designs, even before knowing what the deal is the watches looked so sci-fi. True statement pieces. 

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I bought this 50 mm Navitimer homage several years ago to see how big of a watch I could wear. The lugs hang over the edges of my wrist so this is too big for my taste. In addition, it's at least 15 to 16 mm thick and smashes into everything. I don't wear it at all. These days I shop for 42 or 43 mm watches at most, per my 7" or 180 mm wrist. 

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This is what happens when you let the Submariners have relationships with Hublots.