Day wheel language

Do you prefer your day wheels in English or other language? Maybe something rather "exotic"?

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Roman numerals

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Going to be nitpicky here because it touches on an illogical pet peeve. You mean Japanese date not "kanji" right? Kanji is Japanese word for 婕㈠瓧 H脿nzi in Mandarin which means Chinese characters. It's like saying do you prefer something in English or the romantic alphabet. Japanese date however is different than Chinese. Japanese is 鏈堢伀姘存湪閲戝湡鏃, while Chinese is 涓 浜 涓夊洓浜斿叚鏃.

Lacquerite

Going to be nitpicky here because it touches on an illogical pet peeve. You mean Japanese date not "kanji" right? Kanji is Japanese word for 婕㈠瓧 H脿nzi in Mandarin which means Chinese characters. It's like saying do you prefer something in English or the romantic alphabet. Japanese date however is different than Chinese. Japanese is 鏈堢伀姘存湪閲戝湡鏃, while Chinese is 涓 浜 涓夊洓浜斿叚鏃.

Yep, I meant Japanese Kanji day wheels as used in JDM watches. Sorry for my lack of precision 馃槄

mannyb65

Roman numerals

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Those are great and rather uncommon

D Swahili.

Klingon

cota123

Klingon

馃枛

Day wheels turn me off unless it鈥檚 the whole word in English at 12 like on the Rolex and I think Hamilton does it too. I wouldn鈥檛 mind it en Espa帽ol or Deutsch.

I actually changed out the day wheels on two of my Seikos for Japanese.

Crazy_Dana

I actually changed out the day wheels on two of my Seikos for Japanese.

Kanji is my favorite too